Definition of go-kart in English:

go-kart

Line breaks: go-kart
Pronunciation: /ˈɡəʊkɑːt
 
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(also go-cart)

noun

A small racing car with a lightweight or skeleton body.
More example sentences
  • There will be classic and vintage cars, racing cars, go-carts, bikes, trucks, service vehicles and just about anything else with wheels.
  • The Sonoma track offers a diverse calendar of racing events, from go-karts to motorcycles, drag racing, stock cars and sports cars.
  • They are referred to as go karts, go carts, go-karts, shifter karts, gokarts and many other differently spelled variations.

Origin

1950s: kart, alteration of cart.

Derivatives

go-karting

noun
More example sentences
  • Here in Thailand, in his rare leisure time, he enjoys jet skiing, go-karting and watching international motor racing.
  • He taught my brother and me the special things in go-karting.
  • But it's a very physical track, much like go-karting.

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