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buggies, plural;
  1. Infested with bugs

  2. (of a computer program or system) Faulty in operation

  3. Crazy; insane

  1. A small or light vehicle, in particular

  2. A small motor vehicle, typically one with an open top
    • - a golf buggy
  3. A light, horse-drawn vehicle for one or two people, with two or four wheels

  1. a small lightweight carriage; drawn by a single horse
  2. balmy: informal or slang terms for mentally irregular; "it used to drive my husband balmy"
  3. infested with bugs
  4. (bugginess) the state of having bugs
  5. A Buggy is an automobile with wheels that project beyond the vehicle body.
  6. The One Piece manga and anime series features an extensive cast of characters created by Eiichiro Oda. ...
  7. 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
  8. (Buggying) using a power kite to pull a small land-based 3 wheeled vehicle.
  9. Powered cart used to transport golfer and equipment around the course.
  10. A small wagon or truck used for short transportation of heavy materials (as coal in a mine or ingots in a steel mill).
  11. a grocery cart at a supermarket. "We was upda Ack-a-me and Mom said 'grab me a buggy'."
  12. The carriage pulled by horses that the Amish use for transportation.
  13. The term used when a program has problems. Such is the term used with BETA software, or incomplete software. Complete software still has bugs.
  14. 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.
  15. A caboose on the Boston and Maine Railroad.
  16. 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  See the details of a Kinross Buggy which was withdrawn from sale or a picture of Mrs Kinross showing a Piano Box Buggy.
  17. In England, a horse-drawn two-wheeled gig-like vehicle. Abroad, various four-wheeled traps are called buggies.
  18. Caboose; rarely applied to other cars
  19. A shopping cart in the South.
  20. 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.