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Gatso Line breaks: Gatso
Pronunciation: /ˈɡatsəʊ/

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(also Gatso camera)

Definition of Gatso in English:

noun (plural Gatsos)

A camera which automatically takes a photograph of road vehicles travelling over a certain speed (as measured by radar).

Origin

1970s: from the name of Maurice Gatsonides, Dutch racing driver (1911–98).

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