Definition of Rolls-Royce in English:

Rolls-Royce

Syllabification: Rolls-Royce
Pronunciation: /ˌrōlzˈrois
 
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noun

1 trademark A luxury car produced by the British Rolls-Royce company.
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  • Every November, Hanson would draw up slowly to the mansion in his Rolls-Royce, carefully checking everything was perfect.
  • Apparently, only the front end of my Rolls-Royce was a Rolls-Royce.
  • At the very front of the queue, in a pastel yellow Rolls-Royce, was the new Lord Mayor Audrey Jones.
2 (also Rolls Royce) A product that is the most luxurious or highly specified of its kind: the one I have at the moment is the Rolls Royce of accordions
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  • No wonder Finzi astutely dubbed Walton ' the Rolls-Royce of music '.
  • This is the Rolls-Royce, the Citizen Kane, the Cordon Bleu of cartoons.
  • I am on the Rolls-Royce of Saturday evening shows.

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