limo

[lim-oh]
noun, plural limos. Informal.
a limousine.

Origin:
1965–70 Americanism; by shortening; see -o

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limo (ˈlɪməʊ)
 
n , pl -mos
informal short for limousine

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limo
abbreviation of limousine, by 1959, Amer.Eng.
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limo
limousine
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Example sentences
It bounces off the limo and into the road, where it explodes under the next
  vehicle in the motorcade.
Their limo arrived at their prom with adoring onlookers.
They won't even ride in the same stretch limo together.
People who have been inside say that the limo is eerily serene, as if the
  outside world were on mute.
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