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souped up version

Bulgarian translation: podobren variant

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English term or phrase:souped up version
Bulgarian translation:podobren variant
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03:07 Apr 8, 2001
English to Bulgarian translations [Non-PRO]
Tech/Engineering
English term or phrase: souped up version
The cars are souped up versions of ordinary street cars.
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podobren variant
Explanation:
to soup up - 1. to increase the power of an engine or the size of the engine of a car, esp. with a supercharger.
2. infml. often derog. to make bigger, more exciting, more attractive, etc.
e.g. His second book is just
a souped-up version of his first one.

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podobren variant


Explanation:
to soup up - 1. to increase the power of an engine or the size of the engine of a car, esp. with a supercharger.
2. infml. often derog. to make bigger, more exciting, more attractive, etc.
e.g. His second book is just
a souped-up version of his first one.

:)
s.

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Bulgaria
Local time: 02:31
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