go-cart go-cart


  1. (n) an enclosing framework on casters or wheels; helps babies learn to walk
  2. (n) wheeled vehicle that can be pushed by a person; may have one or two or four wheels
  3. (n) a small vehicle with four wheels in which a baby or child is pushed around


  1. At the go-cart place, Smith, on the second day of her diet, attempts to eat a piece of celery, which she tries to peel.
  2. When Worden was in seventh grade, he built himself an electric go-cart in his parents' backyard in Arlington, Massachusetts.
  3. He faced up against a team of local entrepreneurs, shutting down a sprawling go-cart business controlling swaths of sandy shoreline along Hellenikon.



  1. "I did not want to rush this album," says McCartney. "We really made a lot of it up as we went along. I'd try something, and if it didn't work I'd try something else until it did. It was like making a go-cart in the backyard."
    on Jul 8, 2005 By: Paul McCartney Source: Rolling Stone

  2. "The cool thing about the last 28 laps is there was nothing left out there," Johnson said. "My foot, it felt like being at the go-cart track. It was asleep from pushing the gas pedal so hard. It was still tingling. It was fun driving so hard....
    on Apr 5, 2009 By: Jimmie Johnson Source: Dallas Morning News

  3. "I was around racing since I was born. The racing thing was there the whole time. There was never a time I was going to do something different," Rice said. "But go-cart at that time didn't start until (age) 8, and baseball was something every...
    on Aug 9, 2007 By: Buddy Rice Source: Cincinnati Post

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