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coaster

1. Brit a vessel or trader engaged in coastal commerce
2. West African a European resident on the coast

coaster

[′kō·stər]
(naval architecture)
A small merchant ship, about 200 feet (61 meters) long, which operates near coasts, in rivers and estuaries, and on short ocean passages.

coaster

What a bad CD-R disc is often called. See CD-R and underrun.
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To reduce the risk of brain injury, [roller coaster riders] should make sure their seat belts are buckled on the way to the amusement park", he said.
Films take you on an emotional and visual journey, so the roller coaster represents the start of your trip as you escape to the movies.