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road-going Line breaks: road-going

Definition of road-going in English:


(Of a car) meeting legal requirements for use on ordinary roads.
Example sentences
  • That would make it 12 mph faster than the McLaren F1, hitherto the world's fastest road-going car.
  • The GTA's dynamics as a road-going car may leave a bit to be desired, but no one can dispute the fact that the looks are stunning.
  • Drivers of the latest road-going car have the benefits of all these years of development.

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