Definition of droid
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One Star Wars fan just paid nearly $3 million for an R2-D2 droid used in the original trilogy.
The dome in the droid dates to the original 1977 film when it was used by actor Kenny Baker.
Instead, my joystick moved a little talking hover-droid—a cross between a Roomba and a curling stone—and Mario's party chased it around.
Yes, the bar really has one, and if a customer is dressed like a droid, a bartender will yell at them.
Check out the Millennium Falcon cleaving through asteroid debris like a scythe, or those Separatist droid armies throwing down against hordes of clone troopers.
What are the preferred gender pronouns for Rebel droids?
BB-8: The little ball droid rolled into our hearts in The Force Awakens and is probably staying there for a while.
The official Star Wars Day on Thursday brings youth programs and a demonstration of BB-8 droids to select Broward County libraries.
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Origin and Etymology of droid
First Known Use: 1952See Words from the same year
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