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ve•loc•i•pede



Pronunciation: (vu-los'u-pēd"), [key]
n.
1. a vehicle, usually having two or three wheels, that is propelled by the rider.
2. an early kind of bicycle or tricycle.
3. a light, three-wheeled, pedal-driven vehicle for railway inspection, used for carrying one person on a railroad track.

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