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Definition of quader

quader

noun

  • a person who rides a "quad" (all terrain vehicle).
    The quader was tired after a long day of quadding.

    Last edited on Dec 16 2010. Submitted by darkangels212 from Havertown, PA, USA on Feb 26 2010.

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