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car /kɑː $ kɑːr/ noun [countable]

واگن راه اهن ، ارابه جنگی ، اتومبیل ، واگن ، اطاق راه اهن ، هفت ستاره دب اکبر ، اطاق اسانسور ، علوم مهندسی: اتومبیل ، علوم نظامی: زره پوش
- vehicle, auto (U.S.), automobile, jalopy (informal), machine, motor, motorcar, wheels (informal)
- (railway) carriage, buffet car, cable car, coach, dining car, sleeping car, van
Related Words: beach wagon, coach, compact, convertible, coupe, fastback, hardtop, hatchback, limousine, notchback, phaeton, roadster, runabout, sedan, station wagon, subcompact, touring car, clunker, crate, heap, jalopy, junker, wreck

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

car S1 W1 /kɑː $ kɑːr/ noun [countable]
[Date: 1800-1900; Origin: car 'carriage' (14-19 centuries), from Anglo-French carre, from Latin carrus]

1. a vehicle with four wheels and an engine, that can carry a small number of passengers:
Dan got out of the car and locked the door.
He isn’t old enough to drive a car.
by car
I always go to work by car.
Coughlan was killed in a car accident.

2. sleeping/dining/buffet car a train carriage used for sleeping, eating etc

3. American English a train carriage

4. the part of a lift, balloon, or airship in which people or goods are carried

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

ADJ. fast | new | second-hand, used a used car salesman
veteran, vintage | private The government wants more people to use public transport instead of private cars.
diesel, electric, motor, petrol | estate, hatchback, saloon, sports | armoured, Panda, patrol, police, squad, unmarked Police in an unmarked car had been following the stolen vehicle for several minutes.
racing, rally, stock | company, hire | getaway The robbers abandoned their getaway car in Sealand Road.
parked There was a line of parked cars in front of the building.
VERB + CAR go/travel by | drive | have, own, run It's very expensive to run a car these days. | take It's too far to walk. I'll take the car.
get in/into, pile into He got in the car and they drove off. The kids all piled into the car.
get out of | get out You lock up the house and I'll get the car out.
stop | back, reverse | overtake, pass | lose control of I lost control of the car and it spun off the road.
leave, park | abandon, dump | build, make, manufacture, produce | repair, service, work on | take in I've got to take the car in for service.
wash | hire | break into, steal
CAR + VERB start Despite the cold, the car started first time.
run on sth cars that run on diesel
do sth The car does 55 miles per gallon. The car was doing over 100 miles an hour.
pull out, turn out What cheek! That car pulled out right in front of me!
drive off, pull away | overtake sb/sth, pass sb/sth | accelerate | slow down | come to a halt, draw up, pull up, stop | skid, spin Her car skidded on a patch of ice.
break down, stall | collide with sth, crash, hit sth, leave the road His car hit a van coming in the opposite direction.
CAR + NOUN boot, door, engine, horn, key, phone, tyre, window a car boot sale (= an outdoor sale where people sell things from the backs of their cars) | park, parking There's not enough car parking in the town centre.
driver | dealer, salesman, showroom | accident, crash | wash | tax | ferry
PREP. by ~ They take the children to school by car.
in a/the ~ I'll wait for you in the car.
PHRASES cars on the roads The number of cars on the roads is increasing all the time.
a make/model of car

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


go/travel by car
I try to use public transport instead of going by car.
get in/into a car
The man stopped and she got into the car.
get out of a car
He got out of the car and went into the newsagent’s.
drive a car
In England you can learn to drive a car when you are 17.
have/own a car
Do you have a car?
run a car (=have a car and pay for the petrol, repairs etc it needs)
People on low incomes can’t afford to run a car.
take the car (=use a car to go somewhere)
Is it all right if I take the car this evening?
park a car
She parked the car by the side of the road.
back/reverse a car (=make it move backwards)
Suzy backed the car into the driveway.
lose control of the car (=no longer be able to control its direction)
He lost control of the car on a sharp bend.
a car passes/overtakes somebody
A small black car overtook me on my left.
a car drives off/away
The police car drove off at top speed.
a car pulls out (=moves away from the side of the road)
A car suddenly pulled out in front of me.
a car slows down
The car slowed down and stopped outside our house.
a car pulls up (=stops)
Why’s that police car pulling up here?
a car pulls over (=stops on the side of a road)
a car breaks down (=stops working because something is wrong with it)
On the way home on the motorway the car broke down.
a car stalls (=stops working for a short time until you start it again)
My car stalled at the traffic lights.
a car hits something/crashes into something
I saw the car leave the road and hit a tree.
a car skids (=slides sideways in a way you cannot control)
If it’s icy, the car might skid.
a car crash/accident (also a car wreck American English)
He was involved in a car crash.
a car park
She couldn’t find a space in the car park.
a car door/engine/key etc
She left the car engine running.
the car industry
The car industry suffers in times of economic decline.
a car manufacturer/maker
He works for the German car manufacturer, Mercedes.
a car driver
Every year 1500 car drivers and passengers die in road accidents.
a car dealer (=someone who buys and sells used cars)
Car dealers reported a 4% drop in sales.
a car chase
The best bit in the movie was the car chase through the city.
car crime British English
Car crime in the area has risen rapidly.
a car bomb (=a bomb hidden in or under a car)
A car bomb exploded killing 33 people.
a used/second-hand car (=one that is not new)
The company locates suitable new and used cars for buyers.
a sports car (=a low fast car)
He was driving a red sports car.
an estate car British English (=one with a door at the back and folding seats)
Once you have children, an estate car is very useful.
a racing car (also a race car American English)
He became a racing car driver.
a police car
The vehicle was being chased by a police car.
a company car (=one that your company gives you to use)
She was given a company car.
a hire car British English, a rental car American English
We picked up a hire car at the airport.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

BAD: I went into the car and turned on the engine.
GOOD: I got into the car and turned on the engine.
BAD: I went out of the car and waited outside the shop.
GOOD: I got out of the car and waited outside the shop.
BAD: She got out from the car and apologized.
GOOD: She got out of the car and apologized.

Usage Note:
get in/into or get out of a car, taxi, etc: 'She got in the car and drove away.' 'I got out of the car to see what was happening.'

BAD: He brought me back to Cambridge with his car.
GOOD: He brought me back to Cambridge in his car.
BAD: We went to the party by a friend's car.
GOOD: We went to the party in a friend's car.

Usage Note:
You go somewhere by car or in someone's car (NOT with ): 'If you'd rather go by car, we can go in mine.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors

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