of or relating to road shows.
verb (used with object), road-showed, road-showing.
to present as a road show.
a show, as a play or musical comedy, performed by a touring group of actors.
an important motion picture, usually presented only twice daily on a reserved-seat basis and at increased prices.
any traveling exhibit, as one promoting a company’s products or a government program.
Informal. any group traveling about the country for a specific purpose, as a political candidate together with his or her entourage.
a radio show broadcast live from one of a number of towns or venues being visited by a disc jockey who is touring an area
the touring disc jockey and the personnel and equipment needed to present such a show: the Radio 1 road show will be in Brighton next week
a group of entertainers, esp pop musicians, on tour
any occasion when an organization attracts publicity while touring or visiting: an antiques road show, a royal road show
A tour made for a particular purpose, especially a political campaign. For example, It was primary season, and every would-be candidate was planning a road show. This term originated about 1900 for touring theatrical productions and in the mid-1900s began to be transferred to other endeavors.
noun 1. the side or border of the road; wayside. adjective 2. on or near the side of a road.
noun, Nautical. 1. road (def 4). noun 1. (nautical) another word for road (sense 5)
noun 1. an early automobile having an open body, a single seat for two or three persons, and a large trunk or a rumble seat. 2. a horse for riding or driving on the road. noun 1. an open car, esp one seating only two 2. a kind of bicycle
- Road tax
noun 1. a tax paid, usually annually, on motor vehicles in use on the roads