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Bugatti

/ (Italian bʊˈɡattɪ) /
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noun
Ettore (Arco Isidoro) (ˈɛttore). 1881–1947, Italian car manufacturer; founder of the Bugatti car factory at Molsheim (1909)
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How to use Bugatti in a sentence

  • When our European aircraft commission arrived in France, the first experimental Bugatti engine had just made its appearance.

  • In due time the sample Bugatti engine arrived, and with it were several French engineers and expert mechanics.

  • The American Bugatti was just getting into production when the armistice was signed, a total of only 11 having been delivered.

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