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town car

Translation of town car in Spanish:

noun

  • (American English)
    Example sentences
    • Overall, drivers feel safer and more secure behind the wheel of a town car.
    • The patron phones directly to arrange, round trip transportation via a professionally chauffeured van, town car or limousine to any participating tavern.
    • I think it's perfect for a town car, although there's no way I would buy it: it has no soul.

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