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drag·ster

 (drăg′stər)
n.
1. An automobile specially built or modified for drag racing.
2. A person who races such an automobile.

dragster

(ˈdræɡstə)
n
(Motor Racing) a car specially built or modified for drag racing

drag•ster

(ˈdræg stər)

n.
1. an automobile designed for drag racing.
2. a person who races such an automobile.
[1950–55, Amer.]
Translations

dragster

[ˈdrægstəʳ] Ncoche m trucado

dragster

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A unique collection of five famous record-breaking junior dragsters are being offered for sale by private treaty by H&H Classic Auctions.
A collection of five record-breaking junior dragsters are being offered for sale by private treaty by H&H Classic Auctions.
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