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Moped vs. Scooter

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Mopedverb

simple past tense and past participle of mope

Scooternoun

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.

Mopedadjective

Melancholic, dejected.

Scooternoun

A motorscooter; a small motorcycle or moped with a step-through frame.

Mopednoun

A lightweight, two-wheeled vehicle equipped with a small motor and pedals, designed to go no faster than some specified speed limit.

β€˜He was drunk again and moped, whining at length about his moped.’;

Scooternoun

A mobility scooter; an electric-powered scooter specially designed for disabled and/or elderly people.

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Mopednoun

a motorbike that can be pedaled or driven by a low-powered gasoline engine

Scooternoun

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.

Moped

The term moped ( MOH-ped) originally referred to a type of small motorcycle with both a motorcycle engine and bicycle pedals, or easy-rider, generally having a less stringent licensing requirement than full motorcycles or automobiles. The term is now often used to mean a similar vehicle except with no pedals.

Scooternoun

Any of the large, black ducks of the genus Melanitta; the scoter.

Scooterverb

To ride on a scooter.

Scooternoun

a motorboat resembling a motor scooter

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Scooternoun

child's two-wheeled vehicle operated by foot

Scooternoun

a wheeled vehicle with small wheels and a low-powered gasoline engine geared to the rear wheel

Scooternoun

a sailing vessel with runners and a cross-shaped frame; suitable for traveling over ice

Scooternoun

large black diving duck of northern parts of the northern hemisphere

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