noun, plural tur·bos.
Origin of turbo
Definition for turbo (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for turbo
Turbo accepted his fate, but with a bitterness that poisoned his whole nature.
"I would crave your majesty's permission to pursue this subject no further," said Turbo.
The Kallist amendments, dictated by Turbo, were almost indecent in their plain speaking.
"I am in love with her," said Turbo, as coldly as though he were made of stone.
Turbo also, who wrote the victories of these confessors, not long afterwards suffered martyrdom.The Lives of the Saints, Volume 1 (of 16)|Sabine Baring-Gould
British Dictionary definitions for turbo
Word Origin and History for turbo
word-forming element, abstracted c.1900 from turbine; influenced by Latin turbo "spinning top."