• A name for a 'Vodka Cruiser' drink. Basically lolly water.

  • A cop car

  • Noun.

    A large warship, well armed and equally capable of operating in fleet air defense, anti-submarine, and flagship roles. Larger than a [destroyer], it is usually the largest warship in most navies today, short of [aircraft carriers]. Few navies can afford to build cruisers or buy them second-hand, so a fleet with even a single cruiser is considered respectable. Although very common among navies until the end of the [Cold War], cruisers are expensive to operate and are now only found in the navies of the [United States] (27), [Russia] (8), [Peru] (2), and [Italy] (1).

    NATO standard designations for cruisers are: CL (light cruiser, no longer used), CA (heavy cruiser, no longer used), CC (command cruiser, no longer used), CB (battlecruiser, no longer used), CG (guided missile cruiser), and CGN (nuclear-powered guided missile cruiser, now only in use in [Russia]).

  • a type of motorcycle. Harley Davidsons are the iconic figurehead of the cruiser world. Most cruisers dont have plastic fairings. They are similar to a bobber in that the engine is visible from the outside and is used as a decoration. Ussually cruisers are ridden by older folks as younger riders prefer the raw speed of a sportbike. Normally cruisers are more comfortable to ride than sportbikes, especially for passengers

  • A cruiser is someone who takes pride in there vehicle and is a member of the cruise scene. The cruiser meets up with other cruisers (normally mates) to have a chat, laugh and discussion about the things they like. A cruiser is a person who likes going to car shows, meets and events to look at other cruiser creations (other modified vehicles) Cruisers aint bad we are just friends who like to meet, discuss and show off our hobby MODIFIED CARS!!!!!

  • a French-Canadian Quebec verb (pronounced croozay) meaning: to lazily, and at a low and leisurely speed, stalk someone in via a drive-by, either driving alongside them in a vehicle or following them on a bicycle.

    (N.B. this term comes from, is somewhat related to, but has almost nothing to do with the English verb to cruise.

  • a person who apparently cruises around in their late model low spec bottom of the range car equiped with max power stickers, seatbelt pads, and colour coded stick on bits!

    Can be found in local dimly lit car parks such as:

    Mc Donalds

  • Someone that trys to invite themselves into a group before they are welcome. Has similar characteristics as a duche bag or tool.

  • Someone who goes to school everyday and doesnt care about his appearance or usually the manner in which he is wearing clothes. This is similiar to redneck however a cruiser diverges in the fact that cruisers worry somewhat about hygiene. There a three specific types of cruisers.

    The Bro Cruiser: Usually donning a sideways baseball cap of his favorite sports team and wearing gym shorts or sweat pants just above his knees. Also a lanyard is neccessary to have around ones neck. These cruisers typically chase women but to no avail, however if asked they will declare they are the most studily people alive. Also a very large truck is necessary as well.

    The A Student cruiser: differing only slightly from Bro cruiser. The A student cruiser typically wears old stained sweat pants with collared shirts. Or Gym shirts and an Old Navy collared shirt. They typically can be found sitting in physics playing calculator games and then when its time for discussing they speak almost without thinking saying whatever could sound smart. Though these kids are smart they just dont care.

    The Musician cruiser: these cruisers spend hours studying dead musicans from any time period past the 90s. Typically they shop at Savers and try to find vintage clothing that seems to fit in but really just doesnt. They will wear old band Ts with blazers and womens pants and flowery button ups. Aviators are a must for these cruisers.

    1. a pimp
    2. a man who goes and picks up chicks
    3. so hot he or she cannot be touched


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