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Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
recreational vehicle
▪ For us, the cost of recreational vehicle travel was offset by its convenience.
▪ Gritz and his team immediately drove in a recreational vehicle to the gate at Justus Township, Smith said.
▪ That should prevent the adoption of a county sales tax or special assessments like the recently imposed recreational vehicle tax.
▪ There are 11 tent / recreational vehicle sites but no showers, flush toilets or boat ramp.
recreational vehicle

n. (context North America English) A truck, van, motor home, or trailer designed for use as living quarters used for overnight recreational activities and travel.

recreational vehicle

n. a motorized wheeled vehicle used for camping or other recreational activities [syn: RV]

Recreational vehicle

A recreational vehicle (RV) is, in North America, the usual term for a motor vehicle or trailer equipped with living space and amenities found in a home. Several definitions exist for RVs and vary by region, including " caravan", " camper van" and " motorhome", but are also used to designate different types of vehicles outside North America, hence "RV" is preferred.

Usage examples of "recreational vehicle".

Grumbles about the federally imposed travel restrictions died the same day as the golfer in Texas and the recreational vehicle dealer in Maryland.

It was a new and used recreational vehicle sales lot and repair facility.

Inside that jumbo-size recreational vehicle two models, Marcia and Tina, implored Pablo to drive more slowly –.

Guerrero knew what every undergraduate knew: a recreational vehicle was lim­.

Guerrero knew what every undergraduate knew: a recreational vehicle was limited only by what one defined as recreation.

There'd been a lot of repercussions when she had proposed building recreational vehicle sites at Dog, and she'd raised a lot of fuss and furor over a plan to reintroduce prairie dogs into the area.

The Solar-Energized Amphibious or Land Recreational Vehicle, more commonly referred to by the acronym SEAL.

I guess you might call it the world's first really big recreational vehicle.

As the vehicle got closer, Pitt could make out that it was a late-model recreational vehicle with large tires and a built-in luggage rack on the top.

I'm also able to see this is only a two-seater, with no apparent amenities, though the customized exterior led me to expect a plush recreational vehicle.

Carpenter had christened it the Solar Energized Amphibious or Land Recreational Vehicle—.