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blinker

noun uk   /ˈblɪŋ.kər/  us   /-kɚ/

blinker noun (LIGHT)

[C] US a light on the outside of a vehicle that turns on and off quickly to show other people you are going to turn in that direction

blinker noun (HORSE EQUIPMENT)

blinkers [plural] UK (US blinders) two pieces of leather that are put at the side of a horse's eyes so that it can only see forward
Translations of “blinker”
in Chinese (Traditional) 光, (車輛的)轉向燈, 方向燈…
in Chinese (Simplified) 光, (车辆的)转向灯…
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