Definition of minivan
: a small passenger van
Recent Examples of minivan from the Web
Honda is recalling some of its 2018 Odyssey minivans due to a seat belt issue.
James Michalopoulos, local artist, entrepreneur and epicure, steps from his gray Honda minivan and commences a tour of his future in the spirit world.
A Japanese company making the most popular minivans in America, in America, since 2001.
Nobody seems to know why, and life just kind of goes on even though meteors that turn into minivans that turn into robots with character voices just kind of keep crashing down on us.
The tow truck operator, who has not been identified, repossessed the 2006 Ford Freestar minivan around 2:35 a.m. on the 4500 block of Chestnut Street.
Javsicas died after a minivan traveling west on John F. Kennedy Boulevard on Tuesday morning tried to switch lanes at 16th Street, but instead struck an SUV, then jumped a curb and slammed into a newsstand.
Some 438 miles above, the minivan-sized craft zips around Earth every 16 days.
In Cedar Rapids’ Czech Village, local businesswomen and friends Jennetta Williams, 48, and Teresa Jensen, 44, chatted while seated in the trunk of a minivan.
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First Known Use of minivan
MINIVAN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of minivan for English Language Learners
: a small van
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