scooter

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English[edit]

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A kick scooter (#1)
Two e-scooters (#2)
A motor scooter (#3)
A three-wheeled mobility vehicle (#4)

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From scoot +‎ -er.

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scooter (plural scooters)

  1. A kick scooter or push scooter; a human-powered land vehicle with a handlebar, deck and wheels that is propelled by a rider pushing off the ground.
  2. An electric version of the kick scooter.
    Synonyms: e-scooter, motorized scooter
  3. A motorscooter; a small motorcycle or moped with a step-through frame.
  4. A mobility scooter; an electric-powered scooter specially designed for disabled and/or elderly people.
  5. An ice scooter; a type of flat-bottomed, buoyant ice yacht used in the state of New York, equipped with runners for traveling over ice.
  6. Any of the large, black ducks of the genus Melanitta; the scoter.
  7. A scooter skirt (skort), especially when worn by girls as part of a school uniform.
    • 2017, Classroom Uniforms Catalog 2017, page 6:
      Bow Pocket Scooter [] Pull-on twill scooter with three-pleat front, []
    • 2021, French Toast Catalog 2022, page 10:
      With thoughtful details like shorts hidden under scooters, wrinkle-resistant, moisture-wicking fabrics, power knees and strength, stretch, and adjustability exactly where growing kids need it most, []

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scooter (third-person singular simple present scooters, present participle scootering, simple past and past participle scootered)

  1. To ride on a scooter.
    • 2005, October 24, Love Those Boomers[1]:
      But execs at parent company Piaggio noticed something odd as they scootered back and forth to their Manhattan offices []

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Dutch[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from English scooter.

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scooter

scooter m (plural scooters, diminutive scootertje n)

  1. motor scooter

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from English scooter.

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scooter m (plural scooters)

  1. scooter (motor-powered bicycle, sailing vessel)

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Italian[edit]

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Uno scooter – A scooter

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from English scooter.

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scooter m (invariable)

  1. (vehicles) scooter, specifically:
  2. (nautical) a type of flat-bottomed, buoyant ice yacht, designed to travel over ice
    1. motor scooter
    2. Short for acquascooter; water scooter

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  1. ^ scooter in Luciano Canepari, Dizionario di Pronuncia Italiana (DiPI)

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Etymology[edit]

From English scooter.

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scooter m (definite singular scooteren, indefinite plural scootere, definite plural scooterne)

  1. a scooter (type of motorcycle)
  2. short for snøscooter, vannscooter.

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Etymology[edit]

From English scooter.

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scooter m (definite singular scooteren, indefinite plural scooterar, definite plural scooterane)

  1. a scooter (type of motorcycle)
  2. short for snøscooter, vasscooter etc..

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scooter m (plural scooters or scooter)

  1. scooter (vehicle)

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Swedish[edit]

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scooter c

  1. a motor scooter (small motorcycle or moped with a step-through frame)
    Synonyms: vespa, (when clear from context) skoter
  2. (chiefly in some compounds) scooter
    Synonym: (much more common with the exception of elscooter) skoter

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Declension of scooter 
Singular Plural
Indefinite Definite Indefinite Definite
Nominative scooter scootern scootrar scootrarna
Genitive scooters scooterns scootrars scootrarnas

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