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  • runabout — [ rɶnabaut ] n. m. • 1932; mot angl., proprt « vagabond », de to run « courir » et about « autour » ♦ Anglic. Canot automobile de tourisme et de course à moteur intérieur très puissant. ⇒ chris craft. Des runabouts. ● runabout nom masculin ( …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • runabout — index itinerant Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • runabout — ► NOUN ▪ a small car or light aircraft, especially one used for short journeys …   English terms dictionary

  • runabout — [run′ə bout΄] n. 1. a person who runs about from place to place 2. a light, one seated, open carriage ☆ 3. a light, one seated, open automobile; roadster ☆ 4. a light motorboat …   English World dictionary

  • Runabout — A runabout is a small vehicle:* Runabout (boat), a small boat * Runabout (car), antique car body style and 1964 3 wheel GM concept car * Runabout (carriage), horse drawn vehicle * Runabout (series), a destruction driving game series * Runabout… …   Wikipedia

  • runabout — [[t]rʌ̱nəbaʊt[/t]] runabouts 1) N COUNT A runabout is a small car used mainly for short journeys. In American English, runabout is used of cars with open tops. ...a small 1 litre runabout. 2) N COUNT A runabout is a small, light boat with a motor …   English dictionary

  • runabout — UK [ˈrʌnəˌbaʊt] / US noun [countable] Word forms runabout : singular runabout plural runabouts informal 1) a small car that is used for making short journeys 2) British a period of sports training …   English dictionary

  • Runabout — Packard 1922 Spencer 22ft …   Wikipédia en Français

  • runabout — noun Date: 1549 1. one who wanders about ; stray 2. a light usually open wagon, car, or motorboat …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • runabout — /run euh bowt /, n. 1. a small, light automobile or other vehicle, usually with an open top; roadster. 2. a small pleasure motorboat. 3. a person who roves around from place to place or group to group. [1540 50; n. use of v. phrase run about] * * …   Universalium

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