Rolls-Royce

/ (ˌrəʊlzˈrɔɪs) /

noun trademark

Also called (informal): Rolls a make of very high-quality, luxurious, and prestigious British car. The Rolls-Royce company is no longer British-owned
anything considered to be the very best of its kind

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Word Origin for Rolls-Royce

named after its designers, Charles Stewart Rolls (1877–1910), English pioneer motorist and aviator, and Sir (Frederick) Henry Royce (1863–1933), English engineer, who founded the Rolls-Royce Company (1906)

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