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Etymology:

car +‎ -like


Adjective:

Adjective carlike (comparative more carlike, superlative most carlike) Resembling a car (road vehicle) or some aspect of one. 2009 July 12, Lawrence Ulrich, “What’s Become of the Wagon?”, New York Times: Even among import brands where you’d expect die-hard wagonistas to be lurking, crossovers threaten to snuff their more carlike siblings: Audi sold nearly 21,000 of its big Q7 crossover in 2007, compared with barely 2,800 of its sprightly A4 Avant wagon and just 758 of the larger A6 wagon.


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