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sporty

1. (of a car) having the performance or appearance of a sports car
2. Brit informal a young person who typically wears sportswear, is competitive about sport , and takes an interest in his or her fitness
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"I bet you can't do a backflip," she challenged Sporty. "I can."
The Honda HR-V has been positioned as a fun and sporty SUV, which comes with three grades for the region and is available in all Honda showrooms across Saudi Arabia.
The all-new Brio sits on 14-inch alloy wheels for 1.2 V CVT variant offering a sporty feeling with its triple dynamic design complimenting the all-new Brio's sleek and sporty stance.
In terms of exterior styling, the Civic 1.5L RS Turbo has the enhanced sporty design and athletic stance of the existing Civic range.
This formal vest with rich tassel-print detailing at the back goes well with even a full sporty ensemble.
In addition to the sporty one and the automatic one, there is a new turbocharged three-cylinder engine across the range that is physically smaller yet more powerful than the 0.9-litre unit it replaces.
These turned out to be Smart and Sporty, Americana, Future Commuter, Great Outdoors, Logo Lad, 90s Baby, Check Me Out!
The sporty four-door car has contributed significantly to the success of Maserati all over the world.
Community interest group Let's Get Sporty has helped more than 30 young people to find employment or get into further education throughout the year.
According to the family of Gareth Edwards, he is 'not a sporty person at all' so it came as a huge shock when he announced that he would be taking on the 'City of Angels' marathon in Los Angeles next year.
Fitchburg, MA, April 16, 2017 --(PR.com)-- Sporty Bella jewelry is meant to be a unifying symbol that connects female athletes to a team and/or a skill that is important to their way of life.