English[edit] Etymology[edit] Borrowed from French véhicule, from Latin vehiculum (“a carriage, conveyance”), from vehere (“to carry”). Pronunciation[edit] Noun[edit] vehicle (plural vehicles) A conveyance; a device for carrying or transporting substances, objects or individuals. 2006, Edwin Black, chapter 1, in Internal Combustion: But electric vehicles and the batteries that made them […]

English[edit] Etymology[edit] From transport +‎ -ation. Pronunciation[edit] Noun[edit] transportation (usually uncountable, plural transportations) The act of transporting, or the state of being transported; conveyance, often of people, goods etc. We have to get people out of their cars and encourage them to use alternative forms of transportation. (historical) Deportation to […]

Afrikaans: fiets (af) Albanian: biçikletë (sq) f Amharic: ብስክሌት (bəsklet) Arabic: دَرَّاجَة‎ (ar) f (darrāja) Egyptian Arabic: عجلة‎ f (ʿagala), بسكلتة‎ f (beskleta) Hijazi Arabic: بسكليتة‎ f (buskulēta) Moroccan Arabic: بشكليطة‎ (bišklīṭa), بشكليطة‎ (bšaklīṭa) Armenian: հեծանիվ (hy) (hecaniv) Asturian: bicicleta f Azerbaijani: velosiped (az), dırığın (dialectal) Basque: txirrindu (eu), bizikleta (eu) Belarusian: ро́вар m (róvar), веласіпе́д m (vjelasipjéd) Bengali: বাইসাইকেল (baisaikel), সাইকেল (saikel) Bouyei: danycey […]