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limousinenoun [C]

uk   /ˌlɪm.əˈziːn/ us   /ˌlɪm.əˈziːn/ informal limo, uk   /ˈlɪm.əʊ/ us   /-oə/
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limousinenoun [C]

us   /ˌlɪm·əˈzin, ˈlɪm·əˌzin/ limos short form limo, /ˈlɪm·oʊ/
a large, comfortable car, or a small bus that takes people to and from an airport
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limousinenoun [C]

uk   /ˌlɪməˈziːn/ us   also limo, uk   /ˈlɪməʊ/ TRANSPORT
a large, expensive car driven by a paid driver: Fourteen people fit inside the stretch limousine that took us to the gallery opening. a chauffer-driven limousine
US a small bus or van to take people to and from an airport: The limousine dropped us at the international terminal. Two buses he uses for his limousine service were painted purple and gold.
(Definition of limousine from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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