Definition of Bogies. Meaning of Bogies. Synonyms of Bogies

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Definition of Bogies

bogie
Bogey Bo"gey, n.; pl. Bogeys. [Also bogie.] 1. A goblin; a bugbear. I have become a sort of bogey -- a kill-joy. --Wm. Black. 2. (Golf) A given score or number of strokes, for each hole, against which players compete; -- said to be so called because assumed to be the score of an imaginary first-rate player called Colonel Bogey.
Bogie
Bogie Bo"gie, n. [A dialectic word. N. of Eng. & Scot.] A four-wheeled truck, having a certain amount of play around a vertical axis, used to support in part a locomotive on a railway track.

Meaning of Bogies from wikipedia

- railway bogie exchange); it may contain a suspension within it (as most rail and trucking bogies do), or be solid and in turn be suspended (as most bogies of...
- handicapped level entry making a 3-car unit with two Jacobs bogies. Vehicles featuring Jacobs bogies include the Alstom-made TGV and Eurostar trains, the Bombardier...
- characters from the comics. These include Pocket Bogies, Giant Bogies and Bogie Key Chains. Bogies Battle Cards is a trump trading card game featuring...
- lifting them off one set of bogies and putting them back down again on another set of bogies. The pin that centres the bogies and the hoses and ****ings...
- front wheels attach to the bogies, while on the MER and MSL rovers the front wheels attach to the rockers. The rocker-bogie design has no springs or stub...
- English May Day parades and other May celebrations 15495 Bogie, an asteroid A Flatbed trolley The Bogies, a comic strip in The Dandy Bogey (disambiguation)...
- flatbed railway car that runs on bogies and has baulks of timber (bolsters) fixed across the bed, see Bogie bolster wagon. Bogie (disambiguation) Bolster (disambiguation)...
- quad-voltage locomotive, requiring a C'C' layout with three axle bogies. Monomotor bogies are widely used in France, for designs by Alstom. They were a particular...
- have no bogies but instead have two wheelsets. Two-axle cars operating on lines with sharp curves, such as Queensland Railways, used Grovers bogies. Some...
- Ower Bogie (i.e. over the River Bogie, near Huntly) was an expression used in Scotland for a wedding conducted by a magistrate, not a clergyman. In Aberdeenshire...
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