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pedal

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈped.əl/
a small part of a machine or object which is pushed down with the foot to operate or move the machine or object
踏板
the brake/accelerator pedal
煞車/油門踏板
This sewing machine is operated by a foot pedal.
這台縫紉機是用腳踏板來操作的。
He stood up on the pedals of his bike to get extra power as he cycled up the hill.
他騎車上山時站在踏板上踩車以增加力量。
Machine parts
Translations of “pedal”
in Arabic بَدّال, دَوّاسة…
in Korean 페달…
in Malaysian pengayuh…
in French pédale…
in Turkish pedal…
in Italian pedale…
in Russian педаль…
in Polish pedał…
in Vietnamese bàn đạp…
in Spanish pedal…
in Portuguese pedal…
in Thai คันเหยียบ…
in German das Pedal…
in Catalan pedal…
in Japanese (自転車などの)ペダル…
in Indonesian pedal…
in Chinese (Simplified) 踏板,脚蹬子…
(Definition of pedal noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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