Definition of 'limousine'
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No stretch limousines have been granted such licences. Times, Sunday Times (2006)This is a capable luxury limousine that is better to drive than its main rivals by some margin. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The options list alone gives some idea of how far this car advances the art of the luxury limousine. Times, Sunday Times (2013)All of a sudden, a fleet of limousines and drivers arrived in the yard. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It is not the best looking luxury limousine you can buy, nor is it close to the best ride. Times, Sunday Times (2012)In the first four months of this year, sales of the luxury limousine exceeded those for the whole of last year. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He was also the only salesman I knew who had his own chauffeur and limousine. Going For It!: How to Succeed As an Entrepreneur (1986)The GT may have the luxury of a limousine but it has the soul and the performance of a supercar. The Sun (2010)She reputedly made $1,000 a week and had her own chauffeur-driven limousine. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Instead his chauffeur-driven limousine and chase car crammed with armed bodyguards headed straight for the Kremlin. Times, Sunday Times (2007)And here she comes now... in a chauffeur-driven limousine. The Sun (2008)The local council can decide whether they get a chauffeured limousine or an Oyster card, a rented flat or a sumptuous town house. Times, Sunday Times (2009)On my previous outing in 2002 I counted the stretch limousines ferrying partygoers. Times, Sunday Times (2009)I was informed that a chauffeur-driven limousine had been organised to drive us to Dubai to get a different connection. Times, Sunday Times (2006)WITH their leering passengers and obstructive manoeuvring, stretch limousines are for many drivers a crime against taste, decency and sensible road use. Times, Sunday Times (2006)
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Translations for 'limousine'
British English: limousine /ˈlɪməˌziːn; ˌlɪməˈziːn/ NOUN
A limousine is a large and very comfortable car. Limousines are usually driven by a chauffeur and are used by very rich or important people.
- American English: limousine
- Arabic: لِيْمُوزيِن
- Brazilian Portuguese: limousine
- Chinese: 豪华轿车
- Croatian: limuzina
- Czech: limuzína
- Danish: limousine
- Dutch: limousine
- European Spanish: limusina
- Finnish: limusiini
- French: limousine
- German: Limousine
- Greek: λιμουζίνα
- Italian: limousine
- Japanese: リムジン
- Korean: 리무진
- Norwegian: limousin
- Polish: limuzyna
- European Portuguese: limusina
- Romanian: limuzină
- Russian: лимузин
- Spanish: limusina
- Swedish: limousin
- Thai: รถคันใหญ่ที่หรูหราโอ่อ่า
- Turkish: limuzin
- Ukrainian: лімузин
- Vietnamese: xe limousine
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