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Rolls-Royce

/ˌrəʊlzˈrɔɪs/
noun trademark
1.
Also called (informal) Rolls. a make of very high-quality, luxurious, and prestigious British car. The Rolls-Royce company is no longer British-owned
2.
anything considered to be the very best of its kind
Word Origin
named after its designers, Charles Stewart Rolls (1877–1910), English pioneer motorist and aviator, and Sir (Frederick) Henry Royce (1863–1933), English engineer, who founded the Rolls-Royce Company (1906)
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Word Origin and History for rolls-royce
Rolls-Royce
registered 1908 as trademark, named for designers C.S. Rolls (1877-1910) and Sir Henry Royce (1863-1933). Extended 1916 to any product of high quality. Shortened form Rolls first attested 1928.
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