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A car designed for comfortable long-distance touring.
- ‘It felt like an old-fashioned grand tourer rather than a sports car: it nips round corners neatly, but feels smooth enough to drive to the south of France in.’
- ‘Just put the six speed manual gearbox in sixth gear, and it becomes almost a relaxing grand tourer.’
- ‘They are grand tourers, long-distance muscle cars.’
- ‘I expected it to feel more sporting, but it felt more like a grand tourer.’
- ‘This, remember, is a sports car through and through, not a sporting grand tourer.’
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The definitions of ‘buddy’ and ‘bro’ in the OED have recently been revised. We explore their history and increase in popularity.