Definition of open-top in English:

open-top

Line breaks: open-top
(also open-topped)

adjective

(Of a vehicle) not having a roof or having a folding or detachable roof: an open-top MG
More example sentences
  • That was a five-minute solo drive round a model town with road layouts driving a sporty open-top car, larger vehicles or even a London bus.
  • The ducks are second world war US-built amphibious vehicles and make a fun change from the traditional open-top bus tour.
  • At 11: 00 a.m. they drove out in an open-top vehicle and reviewed the group, some way away from where I was standing.

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