Definition of sidecar
1 : a car attached to the side of a motorcycle for a passenger
2 : a cocktail consisting of a liqueur with lemon juice and brandy
Recent Examples of sidecar from the Web
So Young recruited a travel companion, 19-year-old Canadian high-diving champion Bill Hastings, who owned a motorcycle and sidecar.
The venture capital sidecar fund, founded last year to spur early-stage investment in local companies with high growth potential, announced its second funding round.
Stanley was brought down from the house and got to sit in a sidecar while the engines revved.
Gerald Rimpau of La Crescenta, plans to ride the parade in a motorcycle sidecar.
A short man with a stocky build and watery blue eyes had parked his motorcycle and sidecar in front of Zabar’s.
That’s probably why the Prohibition era was one of the most exciting times for cocktails, with underground speakeasies mixing up now-iconic drinks like the gin rickey, old fashioned and sidecar.
My family was sipping shooters of oolong tea when an oval platter of Moo Shu Pork hit the circular table with a muffled thud, followed by a sidecar of dark mystery sauce.
She’s no stranger to racing, having campaigned 750cc superbikes, motorcycle sidecars and a Honda CB160.
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First Known Use of sidecar
SIDECAR Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of sidecar for English Language Learners
: a small vehicle that is attached to the side of a motorcycle for a passenger to ride in
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