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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishVolvoVol‧vo /ˈvɒlvəʊ $ ˈvɑːl-/ trademark  a type of car made by a company which used to be Swedish, but was bought by Ford in 1999. The cars are still made in Sweden and sold under Volvo name. Volvos are considered to be very safe, strongly-built cars. Their large estate car (=a car with a door at the back and a lot of space for carrying things) is especially popular with middle-class families.
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