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vroom (vruːm Pronunciation for vroom ; vrʊm Pronunciation for vroom



  1. an exclamation imitative of a car engine revving up, as for high-speed motor racing

Example Sentences Including 'vroom'

A formulaic action flick most likely to interest those who are fascinated by things that go vroom.
The Australian (2004)
It was very nippy but didn't go `Vroom, vroom ", which was a bit of a disappointment.
Shapiro, Helen Walking Back to Happiness
So our motorhome, kitted out with a fully fitted kitchen, toilet and shower room, really was a vroom with a view.
Sun, News of the World (2004)
Something with four wheels that Pop made from bits of wood and painted, something you can push and make the vroom vroom noises yourself.
Australian News Misc (2004)
THERE was plenty of vroom in Captain Christmas's sack for plucky Daniel O'Neill.
Sun, News of the World (2001)


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