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  • Info A bogie (variant spellings exist; in some senses called a truck in American English) is a wheeled wagon or trolley. more...
  • I've been no more than a bogie-girl for two years. Cited from A Diversity of Creatures, by Rudyard Kipling
  • The third suspension type had only one bogie per side and was accepted.
  • Bogie became the association's first president and today continues to serve as an honorary director.
  • Six large road wheels in three bogie pairs gave a low ground pressure and good weight distribution.
  • By sharing a single bogie between the cars, weight could be further reduced, and performance increased.
  • The two van bodies were joined to become a bogie vehicle.
  • Traffic was interrupted whilst the tree was removed from under the train's front bogie.
  • These consisted of bogie and four wheel designs, and were frequently used on boat trains.
  • Two of them carrying are the middle section of the car, the two end sections are carried by one bogie each of them.
  • The engine bogie was of a centre-less type designed by Dean.
  • "Of all the bogie men I ever saw you were the worst." Cited from The Seventh Noon, by Frederick Orin Bartlett
  • The leading bogie of four wheels came off the track, but the train remained upright.
  • The option of individual axle control in place of individual bogie control was also introduced.
  • The coach was supported by only a single bogie at one end, and the locomotive at the other.
  • Bogie barked, put out his tongue and let the wind blow his left ear inside out. Cited from Punch, Vol. 156, Apr 16, 1919, ed. by Sir Owen Seaman
  • To this end, a number of classes of bogie vehicles were constructed.
  • Only the bogie at the close-coupled end of the coach is driven.
  • Stop crying, or else the bogie-man Will carry you off. Cited from Boris Godunov, by Alexander Pushkin
  • In Indian English, bogie may also refer to an entire railway carriage.
  • Let me come into the bogie truck of the train. Cited from The Light That Failed, by Rudyard Kipling
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