vroom

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vroom

  1. The sound of an engine revving up
    I never saw my uncle’s Ferrari, but I could always hear it going vroom as it flew past by my house.

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vroom (third-person singular simple present vrooms, present participle vrooming, simple past and past participle vroomed)

  1. (informal) To move with great speed; to zoom.

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  • putt putt

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vroom (comparative vromer, superlative vroomst)

  1. pious, devout

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Last modified on 30 March 2014, at 20:09