Definitions

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • verb Present participle of rear-end.

Etymologies

Sorry, no etymologies found.

Examples

  • I think you mean that if you stop to make a left hand turn when there is a lateral roadway and no designated left turn lane from the primary roadway, it might be construed to be your fault or at least partially your fault although in my nine years of driving down here I have noticed that rear-ending another car is something Mexican drivers try to avoid like the plague.

    Disgusting Thieves

  • I think you mean that if you stop to make a left hand turn when there is a lateral roadway and no designated left turn lane from the primary roadway, it might be construed to be your fault or at least partially your fault although in my nine years of driving down here I have noticed that rear-ending another car is something Mexican drivers try to avoid like the plague.

    Disgusting Thieves

  • I think you mean that if you stop to make a left hand turn when there is a lateral roadway and no designated left turn lane from the primary roadway, it might be construed to be your fault or at least partially your fault although in my nine years of driving down here I have noticed that rear-ending another car is something Mexican drivers try to avoid like the plague.

    Disgusting Thieves

  • The van, which was driving in the same direction behind the officer, swerved to avoid rear-ending the cruiser, Baxter said.

    Van crashes into garage in Glenn Dale

  • I think you mean that if you stop to make a left hand turn when there is a lateral roadway and no designated left turn lane from the primary roadway, it might be construed to be your fault or at least partially your fault although in my nine years of driving down here I have noticed that rear-ending another car is something Mexican drivers try to avoid like the plague.

    Disgusting Thieves

  • I think you mean that if you stop to make a left hand turn when there is a lateral roadway and no designated left turn lane from the primary roadway, it might be construed to be your fault or at least partially your fault although in my nine years of driving down here I have noticed that rear-ending another car is something Mexican drivers try to avoid like the plague.

    Disgusting Thieves

  • Cars began stopping, some nearly rear-ending the ones that had stopped already.

    Family Storms

  • This arrest—for rear-ending some poor woman on the freeway while off my head on a mad concoction of drugs—registers high on the Richter scale of wake-ups.

    Fallin’ Up

  • I think you mean that if you stop to make a left hand turn when there is a lateral roadway and no designated left turn lane from the primary roadway, it might be construed to be your fault or at least partially your fault although in my nine years of driving down here I have noticed that rear-ending another car is something Mexican drivers try to avoid like the plague.

    Disgusting Thieves

  • I think you mean that if you stop to make a left hand turn when there is a lateral roadway and no designated left turn lane from the primary roadway, it might be construed to be your fault or at least partially your fault although in my nine years of driving down here I have noticed that rear-ending another car is something Mexican drivers try to avoid like the plague.

    Disgusting Thieves

Comments

New comments are temporarily disabled while we update our database.