Definition of pedicab
: a tricycle with a 2-seat passenger compartment covered by a usually folding top and a separate seat for a driver who pedals
Recent Examples of pedicab from the Web
He was raised in rural poverty — his father drove a motorcycle pedicab and his mother was a fish vendor — and made his way up the chain of command by earning a reputation as a soldier who never backed down from a fight.
The advisory team began designing a pedicab for Wheat Ridge that would not only serve senior citizens but anyone looking for an alternative to driving.
Yet an unscientific survey of several Bergdorf’s saleswomen, nearby security guards and a pedicab operator found that the campaign had not brought much disturbance to the avenue.
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Origin and Etymology of pedicab
Latin ped-, pes + English cab
First Known Use: 1922See Words from the same year
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