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Frisbee

[ friz-bee ]
/ ˈfrɪz bi /
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Trademark.

a brand of plastic concave disk, used for various catching games by sailing it between two or more players and thrown by making it spin as it is released with a flick of the wrist.

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Origin of Frisbee

Trademark respelling of frisbie, from the Frisbie Pie Company of Bridgeport, Connecticut; throwable metal pie tins such as those produced by the company are alleged to have been the inspiration for the plastic disk
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Frisbee
/ (ˈfrɪzbiː) /

noun

trademark a light plastic disc, usually 20–25 centimetres in diameter, thrown with a spinning motion for recreation or in competition
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