Selffērende wægn

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Selffērende wægn (ēac ānfealdlīce selffērend oþþe wægn gehāten; on Nīwenglisce hāteþ car oþþe automobile) is hwǣled, fōrsearwed wægn þe is genotod tō berenne faran. Se mǣsta dǣl tōmearcunga þæs þinges segeþ þæt selffērendas sind amearcode tō farenne oftost on rādum, tō healdenne fram ānum oþ eahta hāda, tō gewunelīce habenne fēower hwēoglu, and tō wesenne getimbrod hēafodlīce tō berenne lēoda ǣr þonne wara.[1] Nāþȳlæs is þæt word selffērend swīðe brād, for þǣm þe þǣr sind manig gecynd cræfta þe dōþ gelīc weorc.

Þǣr sind hūhwega 600 þūsund þūsenda farena wægnas geond þā worulde (þæt is nēan ān wægn for ǣlcum endleofonum lēodum).[2][3] Ymb þǣre worulde wǣron þǣr nēan 806 þūsend þūsenda wægna and lēohtra hlæstwægna wyrcende tō farenna in þǣm 2007. gēare; sēo micelness eles nytte wiexþ hraðe, ānlīce in Cīne and Indie.[4]

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  1. compiled by F.G. Fowler and H.W. Fowler. (1976). Pocket Oxford Dictionary. London: Oxford University Press. ISBN 0-19-861113-7. 
  2. WorldMapper - passenger cars.
  3. http://www.worldometers.info/cars/
  4. Plunkett Research, "Automobile Industry Introduction" (2008)