Definition of mudguard in English:

mudguard

Line breaks: mud|guard
Pronunciation: /ˈmʌdɡɑːd
 
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noun

A curved strip or cover over a wheel of a vehicle, especially a bicycle or motorcycle, designed to protect the vehicle and rider from water and dirt thrown up from the road.
More example sentences
  • Equipped with an extra tire, two luggage compartments, a comfortable passenger seat, and a mudguard that kept riders clean on dusty roads, the Vespa was particularly well suited to meet the expanding needs of Indonesians.
  • Officers chased after the man who drove his blue Toyota away from the scene, leaving a Honda Dream motorcycle with a damaged mudguard, front basket and front wheel.
  • Still, I spent a couple of hours over the last few nights installing a set of mudguards on my road bike, so that'll help.

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