See also: side-car

English edit

a motorcycle with sidecar
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Etymology edit

side +‎ car

Pronunciation edit

Noun edit

sidecar (plural sidecars)

  1. A one-wheeled attachment to the side of a motorcycle to allow for a separate seat for a passenger or cargo space.
    Coordinate term: forecar
  2. A cocktail made with cognac (or brandy), triple sec liqueur, and lemon juice.
    • 2011 October 3, Wayne Curtis, “From Tiki to Tacky—and Back”, in The Atlantic[1]:
      Faux 19th-century bartenders in sleeve garters and baroque facial hair ply their trade in pre-Prohibition bars. Women wearing cloche hats order sidecars at speakeasies.

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Descendants edit

  • Burmese: ဆိုက်ကား (hcuikka:, pedicab, cycle rickshaw)
  • Korean: 사이드카 (saideuka)
  • Welsh: seicar

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Pronunciation edit

  • IPA(key): /saidˈkaɾ/ [sai̯ð̞ˈkaɾ]
  • Rhymes: -aɾ

Noun edit

sidecar m (plural sidecars or sidecar)

  1. sidecar

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Noun edit

sidecar c

  1. sidecar (cocktail)