Meaning of go-cart in English:

go-cart

Pronunciation /ˈɡəʊkɑːt/

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noun

  • 1

    variant form of go-kart

    1. 1.1British A small unpowered vehicle of a kind typically made by children from discarded items and recycled components.
  • 2dated A handcart or other small unpowered vehicle for transporting a person or load.

    • ‘Waiters send Argentine barbecue on go-carts, while the Brazilian barbecue is strung on steel forks.’
  • 3dated A child's pushchair.

    • ‘He was unable to walk until he was 13 and his parents transported him around in a go-cart.’
    1. 3.1archaic A device for helping a baby or child to learn to walk; a baby walker.

Origin

Mid 17th century (denoting a baby walker): from go (in the obsolete sense ‘walk’) + cart.