Definition of gharry in English:

gharry

noun

  • (in South Asia) a horse-drawn carriage available for hire.

    • ‘In the late 1950's he remembers sitting up on what was called ‘the ride’ above the road in those days and watching the gharries drawn by horses go by.’
    • ‘On holidays, the gharries are so popular that long lines of people can be seen waiting for a ride.’
    • ‘Originally serving to shelter the gharries of the well-to-do, it was later converted for pedestrians with steps added to it.’
    • ‘He made no other movement, no gesture, no sign, and remained facing in the new direction after the gharry had swung out of sight.’
    • ‘While some gharries are owned by their drivers, others are rented from entrepreneurs.’

Origin

From Hindi gāṛī.

Pronunciation:

gharry

/ˈɡɑːri/