noun (plural gharries)
(In South Asia) a horse-drawn carriage available for hire.
- In the late 1950's he remembers sitting up on what was called ‘the ride’ above the road in those days and watching the gharries drawn by horses go by.
- On holidays, the gharries are so popular that long lines of people can be seen waiting for a ride.
- While some gharries are owned by their drivers, others are rented from entrepreneurs.
From Hindi gāṛī.
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