boy racer

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Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь. 2001.

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  • boy racer — noun (informal) A male driver with a juvenile need to impress others with the speed and aggression of his driving • • • Main Entry: ↑boy * * * boy racer UK US noun [countable] [singular boy racer …   Useful english dictionary

  • Boy racer — may refer to:* Boy racer (motorcycle) * Boy racer (sub culture) …   Wikipedia

  • boy racer — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms boy racer : singular boy racer plural boy racers British informal a young man who drives a powerful car in a very fast careless way …   English dictionary

  • boy racer — boy racers N COUNT (disapproval) British journalists sometimes refer to young men who drive very fast, especially in expensive and powerful cars, as boy racers. Bad driving is not just the preserve of boy racers... Car manufacturers must stop… …   English dictionary

  • boy racer — /bɔɪ ˈreɪsə/ (say boy raysuh) noun a young man who drives a flashy car equipped with quality add ons, such as stereos, spoilers, etc., and who spends time driving around in it for the purpose of showing it off …   Australian English dictionary

  • boy racer — noun A young man who drives recklessly fast, now especially as associated with gatherings of car culture enthusiasts or illegal street racing …   Wiktionary

  • boy-racer — Kiwi (New Zealand Slang) Young hoon in fast car with unbelievably loud stereo! …   English dialects glossary

  • boy-racer — Young hoon in fast car with unbelievably loud stereo! …   Kiwi (New Zealand slang)

  • boy racer — n British an irresponsible young car owner. A term of contempt applied to youths who characteristically decorate or customise cars and drive dangerously …   Contemporary slang

  • boy racer — noun Brit. informal a young man fond of driving very fast in high powered cars …   English new terms dictionary

  • boy racer — Noun. A young man who has a penchant for fast cars and reckless driving …   English slang and colloquialisms

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