pimpmobile
noun Date: 1971 an ostentatious luxury car of a kind characteristically used by a pimp

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  • pimpmobile — /pimp moh beel , meuh /, n. Slang. a large, expensive, and ostentatious or vulgarly ornate automobile, typically one painted in bright colors and fitted out with a lavish or overelaborate interior. [1970 75, Amer.; PIMP + MOBILE] * * * …   Universalium

  • pimpmobile — noun An extravagantly large or ornate automobile, presumably suitable for a pimp …   Wiktionary

  • pimpmobile — n. (Informal) large flashy and showy luxury car (typically might be used by a pimp) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • pimpmobile — [ pɪmpməbi:l] noun US informal a large ostentatious car, of a style associated with pimps …   English new terms dictionary

  • pimpmobile — n. big, flashy car, often with bright colors, lights, and chrome …   English slang

  • pimpmobile — ˈpimpmōˌbēl, məˌ sometimes ˌbil noun ( s) Etymology: pimp (I) + mobile : an ostentatious luxury car that is used by a pimp or looks as if it would be used by a pimp …   Useful english dictionary

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