a car powered by electricity
In-car devices are ones that are designed to be used in a car.
a railroad car equipped with a bar that serves beverages, esp. liquors and beer, and sometimes snacks
a floor covering for automobiles
a police car
a car that is supplied as a set of pieces ready to be assembled
a motor vehicle equipped for towing away wrecked or disabled cars
a miniature nonfunctioning replica of a car, esp one that children play with
A cable car is a vehicle for taking people up mountains or steep hills . It is pulled by a moving cable.
A car alarm is a device in a car which makes a loud noise if anyone tries to break into the vehicle .
A car bomb is a bomb which is inside a car, van, or truck .
the place at the back of a car for putting luggage in
when one car is in quick pursuit of another
a short man's coat, designed to be worn when driving a car
a collision between motor vehicles
crime in which cars are stolen or in which things are stolen from cars
a vessel for transporting vehicles, in addition to passengers, across a body of water, esp as a regular service
the act of renting a car
a key or keys used to lock, unlock, and operate an automobile
A car park is an area or building where people can leave their cars.
a component of an automobile
A car phone is a mobile phone, especially one which is designed to be used in a car.
A car pool is an arrangement where a group of people take turns driving each other to work, or driving each other's children to school. In American English, car pool is sometimes used to refer simply to people travelling together in a car.
A car port is a shelter for cars which is attached to a house and consists of a flat roof supported on pillars.
a radio built into the dashboard of an automobile
a seat in an automobile ; specif., a portable seat that fastens onto a car's built-in seat and is used for securing a small child
If someone feels car sick, they feel sick as a result of traveling in a car.
a person who steals automobiles
a railroad passenger car with pairs of adjustable seats on both sides of the aisle
a railway carriage with comfortable extending chairs, a bar, and other comforts
a railroad car designed for transporting coal
a railroad car without raised sides or ends
A car that is bought as one of a number owned and operated by a particular company, e. g . as company cars
a type of racing vehicle used on a drag strip, that resembles a standard automobile except in having large rear tires and a one-piece fiberglass body that must be raised for access
an unmarked police car
a car that you rent for a specified, usually short, period
a railway coach specially constructed for the transportation of mail
A motor car is the same as a → car .
an official starter's car that leads the competing race cars around the track for one lap ( pace lap ) before moving off the track
A panda car is a police car.
a police patrol car
a car designed to travel at high speed for taking part in motor car races
a car equipped with a radio for communication
a car that has been specially designed or modified to be used in motor rallies
a fast lightly armoured vehicle used for reconnaissance
an old or damaged car that is to be reprocessed by a scrap dealer
an electric toy racing car (often a model of a real racing car) that fits into a slotted racing track by means of a pin or blade ; the electric motor of each car is controlled by a handheld device operated by each player, as they race their cars against each other
A squad car is a car used by the police.
A stock car is an old car which has had changes made to it so that it is suitable for races in which the cars often crash into each other.
a large tank on wheels, for carrying liquids and gases by rail