carrosserie

noun car·ros·se·rie \kȧrȯsrē\

Definition of carrosserie

plural

carrosseries

\-rē(z)\
  1. :  the carriage body of an automobile — compare chassis

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Origin and Etymology of carrosserie

French, from carrosse carriage (from Italian carrozza, from carro cart, vehicle, from Latin carrus) + -erie -ery — more at car


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