How to Pronounce ricer?

Correct pronunciation for the word "ricer" is [ɹˈa͡ɪsə], [ɹˈa‍ɪsə], [ɹ_ˈaɪ_s_ə].

"Ricer" in context

Ricer is a slang term used to describe driving a car that has been modified with exterior and interior modifications. It usually describes a car that has had modifications done to either the engine or body to improve its performance and style. This kind of modification typically involves aftermarket parts and tuning. Popular modifications include body kits, adjustable suspension, exhaust systems, forged wheels, and high performance engine modifications.

The term comes from the fact that these modifications can often make the car look like a "rice cooker." Many Asian countries treat the modification of cars like a form of art, and the Japanese in particular are known to uphold this tradition.

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