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rattletrap

noun rat·tle·trap \ˈra-təl-ˌtrap\

: something (such as a car) that is old, noisy, and not in good condition

Full Definition of RATTLETRAP

:  something rattly or rickety; especially :  an old car
rattletrap adjective

Examples of RATTLETRAP

  1. Are you still driving that old rattletrap?

First Known Use of RATTLETRAP

1822

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