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rag·top

 (răg′tŏp′)
n. Slang
A convertible automobile.

ragtop

(ˈræɡˌtɒp)
n
1. (Automotive Engineering)
a. a vehicle roof made of fabric, which can be folded back or removed
b. (as modifier): a ragtop roadster.
2. (Automotive Engineering) (as modifier): a ragtop roadster.
3. (Automotive Engineering) a vehicle with a ragtop
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Perfect day for a cruise in a ragtop," Arnold tweeted, offering congratulations to SpaceX.
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I have to say that unless the sun is high in the sky and the temperature makes little beads of sweat appear on my brow, the ragtop stays in place.
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