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Jacuzzi

[ juh-koo-zee ]
/ dʒəˈku zi /
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Trademark.

a brand name for a device for a whirlpool bath and related products.

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British Dictionary definitions for Jacuzzi

Jacuzzi
/ (dʒəˈkuːzɪ) /

noun plural -zis

trademark a system of underwater jets that keep the water in a bath or pool constantly agitated
(sometimes not capital) a bath or pool equipped with this

Word Origin for Jacuzzi

C20: named after Candido and Roy Jacuzzi, who developed and marketed it
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