☆ or low-rider
- a car modified with a lowered suspension, so that the body is very close to the road, used for cruising slowly
- the driver, or a passenger, in such a car
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or low-rid·er or low ridernoun Chiefly Southwestern U.S.
- A customized car whose springs have been shortened so that the chassis rides close to the ground, often equipped with hydraulic lifts that can be controlled by the driver: “a 1964 Chevrolet Impala low rider belonging to Clemente Fuentes, who can make the car rock and wobble like a conga dancer” (Edmund Newton).
- A person who drives such a car.
- lowˈridˌer adjective