(of a computer program or system) Faulty in operation
A small or light vehicle, in particular
A small motor vehicle, typically one with an open top
a golf buggy
A light, horse-drawn vehicle for one or two people, with two or four wheels
a small lightweight carriage; drawn by a single horse
balmy: informal or slang terms for mentally irregular; "it used to drive my husband balmy"
infested with bugs
(bugginess) the state of having bugs
A Buggy is an automobile with wheels that project beyond the vehicle body.
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A small horse-drawn cart; A small motor vehicle, such as a dune buggy; A pushchair; a stroller; A shopping cart or trolley; Infested with insects; Containing programming errors; Resembling an insect
(Buggying) using a power kite to pull a small land-based 3 wheeled vehicle.
Powered cart used to transport golfer and equipment around the course.
A small wagon or truck used for short transportation of heavy materials (as coal in a mine or ingots in a steel mill).
a grocery cart at a supermarket. "We was upda Ack-a-me and Mom said 'grab me a buggy'."
The carriage pulled by horses that the Amish use for transportation.
The term used when a program has problems. Such is the term used with BETA software, or incomplete software. Complete software still has bugs.
a two-wheeled hand or motor-driven cart usually rubber-tired, for transporting small quantities of concrete from hoppers or mixers to forms; sometimes called a concrete cart.
A caboose on the Boston and Maine Railroad.
A hooded Gig. The Americans use Buggy to describe various two or four wheeled vehicles, but generally it refers to light carriages built for speed. See the details of a Kinross Buggy which was withdrawn from sale or a picture of Mrs Kinross showing a Piano Box Buggy.
In England, a horse-drawn two-wheeled gig-like vehicle. Abroad, various four-wheeled traps are called buggies.
Caboose; rarely applied to other cars
A shopping cart in the South.
A very popular type of RC vehicle which has a caracteristic low center of gravity and is made for off-road and on-road driving.