undercarriage


un·der·car·riage

noun \ˈən-dər-ˌka-rij\

: the supporting structures of a car, truck, etc.

Full Definition of UNDERCARRIAGE

1
:  a supporting framework or underside (as of an automobile)
2
:  the landing gear of an airplane

Examples of UNDERCARRIAGE

  1. There was a problem with the plane's undercarriage.

First Known Use of UNDERCARRIAGE

circa 1796

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