solid car

solid car

[′säl·əd ′kär]
(mining engineering)
A mine car equipped with a swivel coupling and generally used with a rotary dump.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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That lap really hurt my average and it was very disappointing to have that happen, especially after having a solid car.
Good earnings and a low dividend payout ratio have contributed to the Bank's solid CAR and high capital to total assets ratio over the years.
Despite the relatively solid car sales, an increase in marketing costs and a volatility in the foreign exchange market lead in the worse-than-expected earnings.
It still faces an uphill battle to get British buyers to place orders, but those who do will be rewarded with a solid car that is - on the quiet - more fun than you'd ever give it credit for.
It still faces an uphill battle to get British buyers to place orders but those who do will be rewarded with a solid car that is - on the quiet - more fun than you'd ever give it credit for.
Of course, they also do the fast stuff, but if you want solid car information rather than car comedy and entertainment, then Fifth Gear is the pole sitter on TV for me.
It was a solid car show with interesting, powerful and, yes, even intriguing vehicles that we can't wait to drive.'
The Rav4 has a good safety record, the weight of the bonnet adds to the impression of a solid car.
"It's a very solid car, a brand new machine, with a very reliable and powerful Mercedes engine, so it's not crazy (to think of victory)," Barrichello said.
There are no central door pillars in the coupe but the all-steel chassis and substantially robust doors heighten the perception of a safe and solid car.
By 8.30am there are just a handful of cars in the usually jammed solid car park serving several government offices situated across from my apartment, suggesting a skeleton staff have turned up for work nevertheless.