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A type of lightweight aluminum collapsible scooter ridden by adults and children.
- ‘The dining room contains an antique Japanese table but also three bikes and a Razor scooter.’
- ‘Looking like two fused Razor scooters, this sleek, self-propelled triwheeler goes up to 15 mph.’
- ‘Judge Bill Gibron often rides his Razor scooter around the house until his wife yells at him to stop.’
- ‘Benjamin worked all last summer - selling lemonade, doing chores around the house, and helping his father file in his office - to save enough money to buy a Razor scooter.’
- ‘It sort of looks like the front half of a Razor scooter, but motorized and designed by Lambourghini.’
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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.