[ UK /bˈə‍ʊd‍ʒi/ ]
[ US /ˈbʊɡi/ ]
  1. an unidentified (and possibly enemy) aircraft
  2. an evil spirit
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How To Use bogie In A Sentence

  • I am specially pleased with; the last being an episodical bogie story about the Bass Rock told there by the Keeper. Vailima Letters
  • It follows their recent acquisition of Rail Project, a design-engineering firm which specialises in bogies and related freight-wagon components.
  • June 21st, 2009 SHIMLA - In a freak accident, a 20-year-old man, who was travelling on the Shimla-Kalka holiday special train, was crushed between the tunnel wall and the rail bogie in Himachal Pradesh's Shimla district Sunday, railway police said. Gaea Times (by Simple Thoughts) Breaking News and incisive views 24/7
  • He employed boys because they were cheap and he had a lot of rough work, and they could get under floors and "bogies" with their pots and brushes, and do all the "priming" and paint the trucks. Over the Sliprails
  • But thanks to double bogies front and back, wide tracks, and a mighty handy boom, ground disturbance is kept to a minimum.
  • Most of these dear people are even ignorant as to who 'bogie' is, or why we should be so proud of beating him. The Rosary
  • The compartments have the added protection of three to four cross-bars running through all the bogies - to prevent robbery, snatching or the entry of miscreants through the window.
  • There are carriages on their side, bent and twisted and there are bogies [wheels] all over the place.
  • The finished carbody was mounted on a pair of dual-axle rubber-tired bogies, the front set being steerable.
  • The drive axle system is based on experience with over 200 forwarders, and uses bogies out front with a single axle out back.
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