Entry from British & World English dictionary
noun (plural U-eys)informal
- Backing up a ways, Bo pulled a U-ey and laughed as Dakota struggled for the seatbelt.
- Then another police car makes a U-ey, then another.
- Well, there are no U-eys allowed at that intersection… and I was too busy making the turn to read the sign.
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