American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of central Hungary southeast of Budapest. Known since the fourth century A.D., it is a manufacturing center and transportation hub. Population: 108,000.
“(Joanne on partner Kevin's boy-racer years: "Him and the car didn't go together, you'd have been better off with a Mini Metro.")”
“Slap on the lion decals and you've got yourself a proper Aprilia boy-racer.”
“Oh no! One of the new cars is a hideously ugly boy-racer type thing, the other more stylish powder blue thingamajigit.”
“A policeman has been suspended after knocking down and killing a grandmother during an appalling boy-racer trip to deliver a birthday card to his sister while he was on duty.”
“Only complaint is that it is so smooth and quiet that the car lacks the boy-racer character of the Evo and STI.”
“Acura RDX $37,165 acura.com With a hyperactive turbocharged four-cylinder engine, the RDX is a crossover for boy-racer types who've chopped off their mohawks and outgrown their souped-up Civics.”
“Even the Maxima's six-speed manual couldn't satisfy my boy-racer jones.”
“Although it lacks the Mustang's boy-racer allure, the F-150 is Ford's franchise player.”
“Just before we hit the border with England we had our second moment on the bikes – if you can call my brush with ‘boy-racer’ a moment.”
“The car has a peppy little engine--a sophisticated, 205-hp four-cylinder, which is not the most powerful in the world but revs high and makes for a great boy-racer kind of car.”
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