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buggy

1. a light horse-drawn carriage having either four wheels (esp in the US and Canada) or two wheels (esp in Britain and India)
2. a small motorized vehicle designed for a particular purpose
Collins Discovery Encyclopedia, 1st edition © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

buggy

[′bəg·ē]
(engineering)
(mining engineering)
A four-wheeled steel car used for hauling coal to and from chutes.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

buggy, concrete cart

A two-wheeled or four-wheeled cart, often motor-driven, usually rubber-tired, for transporting small quantities of concrete from hoppers or mixers to forms.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

buggy

Software that contains flaws. Many in the software industry swear that bugs are inevitable, and perhaps they are right. As long as we work in the competitive, pressure-cooker environment of our high-tech world, products will more often than not be developed too hastily and released too early. See bug and bugrade.
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"We are actually the biggest golf club in the world to be rolling out driverless buggies on this scale, so it's very exciting to be at the forefront of this exciting technology.
Sitting on a roadside bench and burning wood, 70-year-old Mohammad Malik, who also owns a horse-drawn carriage in Committee Chowk, said that in the past, white horses were rented for wedding and that the trend has now changed so that people demand decorated buggies on the big day.
Also known as Dune Buggies, the vehicles were the ultimate 1970s "wheels" for trendy young things.
Adil Shah a wedding hall owner at Rawalpindi said This past tradition becoming a fast trend in vogue, mostly people hire decorated buggies rather than decorated cars.
However, according to the source, the women should use the bikes and buggies only for recreational purposes and not as permanent means of transport.
However, Samia Al Bawardi, the head of an NGO for the victims of car accidents, warned women about riding bicycles and buggies.
A quarter of parents had bought second-hand buggies, mainly from auction websites or friends and family.
PC Emma Bartley of Crook police said the buggies had a green body and white roof.
Manheim Auctions offered 450 second-hand buggies for sale and every one was snapped up by eager punters in search of low-cost fuel-efficient, environmentally-friendly transport.
BABIES pushed in buggies facing away from their parents could suffer lasting psychological harm, scientists claim.
"Our buggies are used thousands of times each year without incident."
This is in response to a request from John Herschberger of Dalton, Wis., for information about John Deere buggies (Farm Collector letters, August 2007, page 4).