vroom (vrm, vrm) also va·room (və-rm, -rm)
The loud, roaring noise of an engine operating at high speed.
intr.v. vroomed, vroom·ing, vrooms also va·roomed or va·room·ing or va·rooms
To move noisily at high speed in or as if in a motor vehicle.
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