- A guy/girl that makes their car look like it has engine power, put it doesn't.
Dodge Neon 106hp engine with yellow sitckers and fake chrome hub caps supposedly = +60hp
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Ricer — may refer to:* Potato ricer, an implement used for food preparation * Rice burner, a pejorative describing Asian motorcycles and automobiles * ricer, a person who uses exterior modifications to make their vehicle appear faster or more powerful,… … Wikipedia
ricer — ☆ ricer [rīs′ər ] n. a utensil with small holes through which soft food, as cooked potatoes, is forced to produce bits or particles about the size of grains of rice … English World dictionary
ricer — /ˈraɪsə/ (say ruysuh) noun a kitchen utensil consisting of a pressing device attached to a sieve like container through which cooked food, such as potato, is forced, so that it emerges in small pellets resembling grains of rice. Also, potato… … Australian English dictionary
ricer — rice ► NOUN 1) a swamp grass which is cultivated as a source of food in warm countries. 2) the grains of this cereal used as food. ► VERB N. Amer. ▪ force (cooked potatoes or other vegetables) through a sieve or similar utensil. DERIVATIVES ricer … English terms dictionary
ricer — noun Date: 1896 a kitchen utensil in which soft foods are pressed through a perforated container to produce strings … New Collegiate Dictionary
ricer — /ruy seuhr/, n. an implement for ricing potatoes, squash, etc., by pressing them through small holes. [1895 1900, Amer.; RICE + ER1] * * * … Universalium
ricer — noun a) A utensil used to extrude soft foods into the consistency of rice. b) A person who modifies a low powered and/or cheap car using after market parts to make it look more powerful or sporty than it actually is. See Also: rice … Wiktionary
ricer — crier … Anagrams dictionary
ricer — noun N. Amer. a utensil with small holes through which soft food is pushed to form particles resembling rice grains … English new terms dictionary
ricer — ric·er … English syllables