1variant spelling of go-kart
- ‘Waiters send Argentine barbecue on go-carts, while the Brazilian barbecue is strung on steel forks.’
- 2.1A stroller.
- ‘He was unable to walk until he was 13 and his parents transported him around in a go-cart.’
- 2.2archaic A baby walker.
Late 17th century (denoting a baby walker): from go (in the obsolete sense walk) + cart.