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handlebarsnoun [plural]

uk   /ˈhæn.dl̩.bɑːz/  us   /-bɑːrz/
a bar with curved ends forming handles that turns the front wheel of a bicycle or motorcycle so that it points in a different direction
Translations of “handlebars”
in Korean 핸들바…
in Arabic مِقْوَد…
in Portuguese guidão…
in Catalan manillar…
in Japanese (自転車・バイクの)ハンドル…
in Italian manubrio…
in Chinese (Traditional) (腳踏車或摩托車的)車把,把手…
in Russian руль (велосипеда, мотоцикла)…
in Turkish gidon…
in Chinese (Simplified) (自行车或摩托车的)车把,把手…
in Polish kierownica…
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