Examples of undercarriage in a Sentence
There was a problem with the plane's undercarriage.
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Henry Ford’s model of production in the Ford motor plant used wheels from bikes, undercarriages from carts, and the assembly line from a meat packing plant.
And despite an estimated $10,000 in damage to its undercarriage, the SUV was still drivable.
The car corners very well, and the athleticism dialed into the undercarriage doesn’t beat you up on rough pavement.
Its undercarriage is large, capable of holding 10 pounds of toys, snacks, and other distractions, and its handles are padded for the parent’s comfort.
Debris was falling on the roadway from the bridge's undercarriage.
Missouri police says a metal piece may have fallen off a tractor and lodged into the undercarriage of the car, causing the fire.
Austin spared no expense having the black and gold dress coach painstakingly restored in Belgium to its former glory, complete with gold embellishment and 23.5 karat gold leaf on large portions of the undercarriage and body.
Material is falling from the undercarriage of the bridges and is a safety hazard.
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