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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishMercedesMer‧ce‧des /mɜːˈseɪdiz $ mər-/ (also Mercedes Benz) trademark  a type of car made by the German company Daimler-Benz. Mercedes cars are thought of as very strong and well-built, bought especially by rich people, successful business people, and political leaders. In the UK, a Mercedes is informally called a ‘Merc’, and in the US it is informally called a ‘Benz’.
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