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1. An onomatopoeia of the sound of an engine revving noisily. The child sped down the sidewalk on his scooter, shouting, "Vroom, vroom!" as he went. I used to love hearing the vroom of my dad's motorcycle as he came home from work.
2. To move or travel noisily, as in or of a motor vehicle. The car vroomed down the street, weaving in and out of traffic. I hate they way those guys vroom through the neighborhood in their sports cars in the middle of the night.
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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.
McGraw-Hill's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions Copyright © 2006 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.
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