vroom

verb
\ ˈvrüm , və-ˈrüm \
vroomed; vrooming; vrooms

Definition of vroom 

intransitive verb

: to operate a motor vehicle at high speed or so as to create a great deal of engine noise

First Known Use of vroom

1965, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for vroom

imitative of the noise of an engine

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