souped-up

Translations

souped-up

[ˈsuːptˌʌp] ADJ [car] → trucado

souped-up

[ˈsuːptˌʌp] adj (fam) (car/motorbike engine) → truccato/a
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But ever since Nintendo put Mario on a souped-up lawnmower, kart racers have provided the purest four-wheeled fun on home consoles.
RENSBURG Sheppards investment manager David Owen, below, took delivery this week of a 500 Abarth (a souped-up Fiat to you and me).
Midfielder Ireland had his souped-up Audi resprayed in the blue and white of his club Manchester City after being taunted by fans and pals over its original colour scheme.
In Sparto's lab, three large screens surround a souped-up treadmill.
And RIDES will be there as to document these souped-up cars for the action-packed flick XXX: State of the Union.
But you can keep your souped-up Ferraris and McClarens when the futuristic racers come to town.
Now Lotus engineers have upped the ante with a souped-up version of the Elise which boasts a top speed of almost 130mph and whiplash acceleration.
Natasha Hamilton, Jenny Frost and Liz McClarnon are seen draped over the souped-up sports motor in the video for their new single, a cover of Blondie classic The Tide Is High.
For whatever the reason (tighter wound balls, shorter fences, fewer developed four-seam fastballs, tighter strike zones, and souped-up bats), one has to pitch low in order to be effective.
Money market funds are designed to keep your principal--the amount you've put into the fund--intact, and in essence function as a souped-up checking account.
Their tendency to put souped-up hymn tunes, such as Bringing in the Sheaves and When The Saints Go Marching In, on the B sides of their singles appealed to the organisers of church socials, concerned that rock and roll was the devil's music.