Definition of Pushchairs

1. Noun. (plural of pushchair) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Pushchairs

1. pushchair [n] - See also: pushchair

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pushchairs

push the envelope
push through
push up
pushable
pushback
pushbacks
pushball
pushbike
pushbikes
pushcart
pushcarts
pushchair
pushchairs (current term)
pushcharovskite
pushdown
pushdown automaton
pushdowns
pushed
pushed off
pushed on
pusher
pusherman
pushermen
pushers
pushes
pushes off
pushes on

Literary usage of Pushchairs

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Safety in Road Traffic for Vulnerable Users by Ecmt (2000)
"In such cases, people with reduced mobility should be taken into account by providing ramps for wheelchairs and pushchairs. Although the number of accidents ..."

2. Landmark Visitors Guide Cornwall: & the Isles of Scilly by Rita Tregellas Pope (2006)
"Please note there are no facilities for dogs on the island. Paths are unsuitable for wheelchairs, prams and pushchairs. Sensible shoes are advisable. ..."

3. Landmark Visitors Guide Cornwall: & the Isles of Scilly by Rita Tregellas Pope (2006)
"Please note there are no facilities for dogs on the island. Paths are unsuitable for wheelchairs, prams and pushchairs. Sensible shoes are advisable. ..."

4. Report of the Hundred and Twenty Second Round Table on Transport Economics by ECMT Staff, (Paris) European Conference of Ministers, Ecmt, SourceOECD (Online service), Centre Economic Research, Economic Research Centre, (Paris) Round Table on Transport Economi (2003)
"Few wheelchairs or pushchairs are to be seen. The course of events follows other rules and chaos theory applies. Limited resources are made available, ..."

5. 54 by Wu Ming (2005)
"... shore of Lac Leman, 21 May The park was pullulating with grandmothers and nannies pushing tinies from nought to eight around in pushchairs and prams. ..."

6. Architecture of Instruction and Delight: A Socio-historical Analysis of by Pieter van Wesemael (2001)
"The transport company also further exploited pushchairs: futuristic 'egg-shaped' vehicles that were either motorised or accompanied by an impeccably ..."

7. Past Caringby Audrey Jenkinson by Audrey Jenkinson (2004)
"The footpath, usually bustling with parents, pushchairs, happy dogs, ambling old couples, is today deserted. I like it like that. ..."

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