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drophead

Line breaks: drop|head
Pronunciation: /ˈdrɒphɛd
 
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Definition of drophead in English:

noun

British
A car having a fabric roof that can be folded down; a convertible: a small drophead with a V6 engine
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  • The market for dropheads was unerringly a fair weather one, good when the days are long and the sun is shining, adversely affected by dark, rainy days and longer nights.
  • And to be a drophead force in the land where dropheads are a significant proportion of cars sold in certain sun-blessed states, it has to be very good as a foreign brand to compete against the merely adequate domestics.
  • This makes it a true no-compromise everyday car, with none of the hang-ups of all other dropheads in my experience.

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