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gas guzzler
American English: /ˈɡæs ˌɡəz(ə)lər/

Translation of gas guzzler in Spanish:


  • [slang]
    (coche que consume mucha gasolina)
    Example sentences
    • This is still the land of the gas guzzler and we were at cross purposes.
    • SUVs are big-time gas guzzlers, adding substantially to the problem of global warming, and it's killing our coral.
    • Drivers of gas guzzlers such as SUVs should stash away even more funds.

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