[ vˈɑːvˈuːmd], [ vˈɑːvˈuːmd], [ v_ˈɑː_v_ˈuː_m_d]
How to use "Va-voomed" in context?
When applied to women, "va-voom" is often used as an adjective to describe a woman who is attractive, sophisticated, and sexually alluring. The phrase conveys a sense of breathtaking progress, as if the woman has suddenly burst forth from the confines of convention to become something utterly new and compelling.
The etymology of "va-voom" is hotly debated, but the generally agreed upon explanation is that the term is derived from the Hindi word "vahaan," which means "a rapid or violent motion.
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