- From the name of the swimsuit company, Speedo, which first designed and manufactured swimwear in Australia that was briefer and sleeker than most other swimwear then available. (Wiktionary)
“While he has refused to speak to the press so far, in a recent post he wrote that he should be allowed to continue to use the word Speedo because it has become a "generic term".”
“The company has asked the court to step in to restrict the use of domain names using the term Speedo.”
“Speedo claims that the "nudity and graphic sexual content" on the aussiespeedoguy websites is offensive and that the regular use of the word Speedo represents breach of copyright.”
“In the Federal Court of Australia today, Justice Geoffrey Flick ordered Mr Evans to stop operating and registering any domain name containing the name Speedo.”
“The environmentally-friendly advances in Speedo packaging continue on to the goggles and headwear themselves; all products are 100% PVC free.”
“Speedo is the only swim product manufacturer to cease use of plastic in its packaging construction.”
“When we questioned our French companions about it, we were told that it was "une question d'hygiène" (although for the life of me I can't figure out how a Speedo is more sanitary than it's looser fitting equivalent).”
“Myers became the first confirmed Nike defector when she showed up on deck in Speedo's full-length LZR Racer suit.”
“Sure, you may not see the word Speedo, but I think these pants make the cut.”
“In 1928 the name Speedo was first adopted after the firm developed its racerback design of swimwear making it one of the first manufacturers to specifically produce athletic designs.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘Speedo’.
"A trademark is any word, name, symbol, or design, or any combination thereof, used in commerce to identify and distinguish the goods of one manufacturer or seller from those of another and to indi...
Looking for tweets for Speedo.