Definition of surrey in English:

surrey

noun

historical
  • (in the US) a light four-wheeled carriage with two seats facing forwards.

    • ‘You can rent a surrey or even a Harley Davidson, or tour the Smuggler Mine, which gave up the world's largest silver nugget - 1840 pounds - back in 1894.’
    • ‘You can walk around the downtown area to see the sights but another way of seeing the contrasts is from the seat of a horse-drawn surrey - with or without the fringe on top.’
    • ‘Did he take you out in the surrey with the fringe on top?’
    • ‘Adam made sure his brother's tie was straight and his best coat was brushed, and Joe had polished up the surrey until it gleamed.’
    • ‘Owing to a harsh winter and business overload in the spring, it had been close to four months since I'd been out to my country club, so you can imagine my surprise when I drove up and saw all the surreys with the fringe on top.’

Origin

Late 19th century: originally denoting a Surrey cart, first made in Surrey, from which the carriage was later adapted.

Pronunciation:

surrey

/ˈsʌri/

Definition of Surrey in English:

Surrey

proper noun

  • A county of SE England; county town, Kingston upon Thames.

Pronunciation:

Surrey

/ˈsʌri/