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pushchair

Syllabification: push·chair
Pronunciation: /ˈpo͝oSHˌCHer
 
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Definition of pushchair in English:

noun

British
A stroller.
Example sentences
  • The dangerous stretch of road also poses problems for Matthew's sister who has to negotiate the road with a small child and pushchair.
  • It is a lightweight, but strong, pushchair, invented so that mothers can go jogging without employing a sitter.
  • Middle-class, first-time parents will man the patrols with a three-wheel pushchair carrying their corn-fed, mop-topped urchins.

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