Recent Examples of rickshaw from the Web
Local regulations require that the owner and driver of a cycle rickshaw must be the same person.
There are few cars, but the traffic is chaotic — a crush of cycle rickshaws, tuk-tuks and two-wheelers.
Ola offers cars and auto rickshaws, and provides in-car services such as music and video on tablet devices.
Riggs followed in a rickshaw pulled by half-naked models.
King entered à la Cleopatra, on the shoulders of men, while Riggs entered wearing a yellow Sugar Daddy jacket in a rickshaw pulled by young, female models.
The family engaged in other classic tourist activities, including a nighttime rickshaw tour.
In Thursday’s clash, swarms of motorcycle rickshaws, a form of taxi with a canopied metal seating unit towed behind the vehicle, were used for the blockades.
At 1:30 a.m., long past my bedtime, O.J. hopped on a rickshaw with a newfound female friend and joined a rickshaw caravan heading to another party destination.
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Origin and Etymology of rickshaw
First Known Use: 1879See Words from the same year
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