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throttle

noun /ˈθrotl/
(in engines, the lever attached to) the valve controlling the flow of steam, petrol etc
válvula reguladora, acelerador
The car went faster as he opened the throttle.
Translations of “throttle”
in Vietnamese van tiết lưu…
in Thai หัวเปิดปิดน้ำ…
in Malaysian pendikit…
in French accélérateur, arrivée de gaz…
in German der Gashebel…
in Chinese (Traditional) 節流閥, 油門…
in Indonesian cuk…
in Russian дроссель…
in Turkish gaz pedalı, yakıt valfı, kelebek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 节流阀, 油门…
in Polish przepustnica, gaz…
(Definition of throttle from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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