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bicycle ricksha

Syllabification: bi·cy·cle rick·sha

Definition of bicycle ricksha in English:

noun

A three-wheeled bicycle for public hire, with a covered seat for passengers behind the driver.
Example sentences
  • Modern bicycle rickshas ride through the city on fixed routes.
  • A 16-year-old boy who earns a hundred rupees a day driving a bicycle ricksha, led me to the riverbanks where the dhobis, or washermen, were working.
  • Unfortunately, a private party prevented us from enjoying the balmy evening air out on the terrace where the cyclo, or bicycle ricksha, resides.

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