Translation of Doozy in English

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Doozy in English
something wonderful or extraordinary, something unique, something that is outstanding of its type

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Doozy in Arabic
رائع, شيء رائع وغير عادي, شيء خاص, شيء خاص جدا بالنسبة لنوعة

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Doozy in Spanish
algo maravilloso o extraordinario, algo único, algo que está pendiente de su tipo

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Doozy in Turkish
muhteşem veya olağanüstü şey, eşsiz şey, türünün harikulade bir örneği olan şey

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Doozy in Italian
qualcosa di unico e straordinario

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Doozy in French
quelque chose de merveilleux ou d'extraordinaire, quelque chose d'unique, quelque chose qui est remarquable

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Doozy in German
etwas Wunderbares oder Außerordentliches, etwas Eingenartiges

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Doozy in Hebrew
משהו נהדר ומדהים, משהו מיוחד, משהו יוצא דופן מסוגו

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Doozy in English
Duesenberg Automobile & Motors Company, Inc. (sometimes referred to as "Duesy") was an American manufacturer of luxury automobiles. Founded in Des Moines, Iowa, United States by brothers August Duesenberg and Frederick Duesenberg, the company's principal place of operations moved to Auburn, Indiana. Duesenberg was active in various forms from 1913 to 1937. A distinctive feature of the Duesenberg was the "bowtie" style front bumper, which used two pieces of steel, with the top piece bent to resemble a bowtie.

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