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pedalo

noun ped·a·lo \ˈpe-də-(ˌ)lō\
plural ped·a·los

Definition of PEDALO

chiefly British
:  a small recreational paddleboat powered by pedals

Origin of PEDALO

French pédalo, from pédale pedal + -o (perhaps as in meccano children's construction set)
First Known Use: 1945

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