Definition of speedo
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The speedo is crammed with digits to 180 mph, but there also is a digital speed readout.
The LCD that lives between the speedo and tachometer gives you information, but in a sometimes-confusing manner, and the infotainment system is better than some but worse than others.
Sure, some people might look at him a little funny for walking down the beach in a speedo in ten-inch heels, but compared to the adversity he's overcome in his life, Loresca is hardly bothered by the leers of strangers.
Any car that needs a CD player specially designed not to skip when the speedo hits 250 is worth the $2.1 million that a new Grand Sport — the latest iteration of the venerable Veyron — will set you back.
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Origin and Etymology of speedo
First Known Use: 1934See Words from the same year
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