pedalo

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See also: pédalo and pedalò

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From pedal +‎ -o, a registered trademark.

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pedalo (plural pedalos or pedaloes)

  1. (Britain, nautical) A small boat propelled by pedals that directly turn external paddles, used for recreation.

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Noun[edit]

pedalo (accusative singular pedalon, plural pedaloj, accusative plural pedalojn)

  1. a pedal (mechanism operated by foot)

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pedalo

  1. first-person singular present indicative of pedalare