名词 汽车; 轿车; 车厢
A：Is there a car park near the supermarket?
B：Yes, there is an underground car park near the supermarket.
A：Should we get out and (help/ offer assistance/ help them out)?
B：No. There’s a police car behind us.
A car is a motor vehicle with room for a small number of passengers.
e.g. He had left his tickets in his car...
e.g. They arrived by car.
A car is one of the separate sections of a train.
e.g. Tour buses have replaced railway cars.
in BRIT, usually use 英国英语通常用 carriage
Railway carriages are called cars when they are used for a particular purpose.
e.g. He made his way into the dining car for breakfast.
1. The Tao receiver actually comes with a car and home kit, along with headphones and a random assortment of other stuff to let you do everything you want, right out of the box.
2. In front of the house stops a new car.
3. I'll have the car waiting at the entrance, will that be all right?
4. A:He dresses in plain ciothes and drives an old car.
5. To rent one, you must be 25 years old and have a credit car in your name.
6. He came back from the business trip and was reimbursed for the air fare, hotel charge and car rental.
7. You are getting a lot of churn from all that car passage.