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Synonyms for car

Synonyms for car

a motor vehicle with four wheels

the compartment that is suspended from an airship and that carries personnel and the cargo and the power plant

where passengers ride up and down

a conveyance for passengers or freight on a cable railway

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The material for producing these diecast cars has changed, and the diecasting process has evolved to better replicate the intricate detailing of the cars.
Ooh, the holy water sizzles on cars like this,'' he chuckled before settling on a more respectable Mercury.
Drivers can incorporate the element of water into a car by tying a blue ribbon around the mirror or leaving a bottle of water inside.
5% ahead of the runner-up--the Italian car maker got into the market late but recovered lost ground in 2005, closing the year with 95% of its 400,000 vehicles sold domestically equipped with flex technology.
Yet drivers aren't being hurt," says John Melvin, a biomedical engineer who is a safety consultant for the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR).
Calculate how much your car is worth and how much you owe on it.
Japanese made the car and we introduced it to the world.
If you feel your car is important, it doesn't matter if it's 42 years old or two years old.
Acting on C's behalf, B (1) solicits donations of used cars, (2) accepts, processes and sells the cars, (3) transfers the sales proceeds to C (less B's fee) and (4) gives each donor substantiation of the contribution, including an acknowledgment that contains the required Sec.
For all their seeming practicality, donated car programs are one of the least efficient ways to help charities raise money.
The wings are sized for cruising speed, smaller than they would be if Sky Car had to take off and land conventionally.
Only a noisy air compressor gave evidence that this car was a work in progress.
Fortunately, the couple got out alive--no thanks to the car dealer.
The second set of attitudes now constitutes the politically correct view of cars and car culture, and if the car haters have their way, it won't be long until the "car lobby" evokes the same odious connotation as the "tobacco lobby.