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Email Required, but never shown. Also, it does the quarter mile in just Quite an improvement over the economic base version, huh? Souped-up must at root derive from super, as in supercharger. A group of car enthusiasts fashioned a tricked out Barbie Ford Mustang that can go from 0 to 60 in just six seconds and reach max speeds of
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And from The Grammarist. The earliest example I can find is this: Its exact origins are unknown, but it could be short for superchargeor it might come from a horse-racing slang term for injecting horses with narcotics meant to make them run faster. While many knocked the new engine for being wimpy or even worse than a V6, I actually laughed out loud when I realized the 4-cylinder was now better and more powerful than the V6.
etymology – “Suped-up”: is it a real idiom (vs souped-up) – English Language & Usage Stack Exchange
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The souped up Barbie Power Wheels Mustang steers with a clutch pull handle on the steering wheel and a gear lever in the cockpit. Thank you for your input and ideas, everyone!
acr Certainly you can refer to a car or motorcycle in BE as “suped up”, it means a vehicle that has high performance parts fitted to it’s improve performance. Google Home Hub review Google is late to the game with its Home Hub, but the low ca and AI features make it a great choice for controlling your home, showing pictures and even helping run your life. The turbo-four produces hp and lb-ft of torque where its V6 counterpart only makes horses and lb-ft.
What’s also difficult to work out is how come I didn’t notice cuchu’s earlier post with more or less the same information.
“suped up” or “souped-up” (in U.K. English)
This term for a device to increase the pressure of the fuel-air mixture in an engine to improve its performance is known from The weakest Grand Cherokee mill is a hp turbo-diesel V6 while the next closest V8 option only pumps out horses.
Is it something else or were you thinking of that verb? sjped
AutoWise, N 30th St. The update that really will improve your iPhone Rather than cram in a plethora of new features, Apple’s latest update is about boosting stability, with improvements in everything from FaceID and battery life. They completely skped the Barbie car’s parts so that it could achieve frighteningly fast speeds. We started to become concerned when we saw Honda testing their Asian-market Type R a year or so after the newest redesign. Before commenting, I’d done a Google Ngram for “souped-up car”, “souped-up auto” because USA and cqr horse” and found matches only for “car”.
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But how about evidence for souping up the horse rather than the carriage? As World Wide Words notes: When we learned the new Civic would offer a turbo variant that was faster than the outgoing Si, we panicked, thinking this was the best Civic we were going to get….
Dictionary and thread title search: I could be wrong but i think it has something to do with the Toyota Supra, hence the “supe”, seeing as this is one of the most common cars to be “souped up”.
Well, probably none of it. The monstrous V8 under the hood is good for an actually-pretty-tame-for-a-V8 hp and lb-ft, and the car gets to 60 from a standstill in just 4. Roddyboy55Mar 9, The most news about the SS most people heard was likely regarding its tragic discontinuation after the model year. The Nissan Juke is most definitely a city-trawling, grocery-getting, low horsepower, windows-down, hair-in-the-wind-radio-playing-in-the-summertime kind of car.
I suppose the horse narcotic slang use led to the contemporary slang usage as an equivalent of “drugged up”. Star parties with mystery blonde during wild night out in Los Angeles The idea behind the Trackhawk was incredibly simple: Discussion in ‘ English Only ‘ started by rosalindMar 9, Sign up using Facebook.