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vroom

and varoom (vrum and vɑˈrum)
1. interj. the noise of a loud engine. (Onomatopoetic.) Vroom, vroom went the engine as Vic gunned it over and over.
2. in. to move rapidly from place to place; to travel at high speed, making the noise of a loud engine. The little boy varoomed down the sidewalk on his tricycle.
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Also, the company's strategic investment in Vroom, an early leader in the automotive e-Commerce space, and the acceleration of its digital platform shows its continued leadership in the automotive retail industry.
Vroom Drive India Private Limited is an e-commerce website which allow their users to hire and rent a car online with secure payment options.
Mr O'Driscoll added: "The works have already improved the visibility of Vroom, but once the Highways project completes next year, we are confident it will reduce journey times and congestion as well as improve safety standards for road users."
Vroom facilitates the exchange of web packets in such a way that the CPU can run more efficiently, ensuring a smoother browsing.
Michael O'Driscoll, senior asset manager at Northumberland Estates, which has owned Vroom since 2015, said: "We very are pleased that Motor Depot has identified the tremendous opportunities that Vroom offers car buyers and dealerships alike.
Vroom says, "We're encouraging all who work in or study agriculture to participate.
A highlight of his career progression to date, Vroom was previously manager of the hotel's villas product, which he managed from pre-opening, as well as heading up the butler services team.
These facilities also serve as giant distribution centres, giving Vroom national reach to provide free coast-to-coast car delivery.
PAMPERED POOCHES: Mary, right, with her dogs Stella, Ben and Daisy and Tracey Rudd, left, from Groom 'n' Vroom
NIGEL De Jong will add some vroom to the Manchester City dressing room.
And Lisa Rogers, 37, who presents Sky One's motor show Vroom Vroom, has drawn a pair of breasts in bright colours.
For the past three years two of the most impressive 15 to 18-year-old racers have been given free places by the international karting magazine Vroom.
Then, vroom vroom, she's off for the weekend, guilt-free.
"The whole idea is that you can take a head of lettuce--or even more convenient bag of lettuce--open it, dump it, open this and put it on top and you're done," David Vroom, senior vice president, new business development, at Plymouth, Wis.-based Sargento Foods tells Grocery Headquarters.