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Definition of "cable-car" [cable-car]

  • Alternative spelling of cable car. (noun)

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Use "cable-car" in a sentence
  • "On this overcast Saturday morning, however, Mr. Hudak won't get paid for carrying his load from the starting point at the top cable-car station up to Zamkovskeho Chata, or Zamkovsky's Cabin, at 1,475 meters."
  • "In the 1979 James Bond movie "Moonraker," actor Richard Kiel's steel-toothed character, Jaws, chews his way through cable-car wires and survives a plunge from the top of Iguazu Falls—but Mr. Kiel's isn't the only memorable role in the film."
  • "The Transport Workers Union Local 250-A, which represents some 2,200 bus, streetcar and cable-car operators, says Mr. Elsbernd's charter amendment is motivated primarily by politics."