Definition of Indy in English:

Indy

Line breaks: Indy
Pronunciation: /ˈɪndi
 
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noun

[mass noun]
A form of motor racing in which cars are driven round a banked, regular oval circuit which allows for racing at exceptionally high speeds. It takes place chiefly in the US: [as modifier]: an Indy race
More example sentences
  • My guys always seem to bring out a really good car for the Indy test and Indy race, so they've done it again.
  • Can you talk about the past two seasons, your goal of racing at Indy?
  • Giancarlo, you have raced at Indy for the past five seasons - what is your feeling when you arrive each year?

Origin

1950s: named after Indianapolis, where the principal Indy race is held.

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