What is a buggy?

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As a noun, a buggy refers to a small light vehicle often with an open top like a golf cart. As an adjective, a buggy may refer to a person or something that is infested with bugs or small insects.
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bug·gy
[buhg-ee]
NOUN [PLURAL BUG·GIES.]
1.
a light, four-wheeled, horse-drawn carriage with a single seat and a transverse spring.
2.
(in India) a light, two-wheeled carriage with a folding top.
3.
4.
Older Slang. an automobile, especially an old or dilapidated one.
5.
a small wagon or truck for transporting heavy materials, as coal in a mine or freshly mixed concrete at a construction site, for short distances.
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