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Definición de “brake” en inglés

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brakenoun [C]

uk   us   /breɪk/
B1 a device that makes a vehicle go slower or stop, or a pedal , bar, or handle that makes this device work: She had no brakes on her bicycle. The driver suddenly put on his brakes.informal I slammed on (= quickly used) the brakes, but it was too late. All our new models have anti-lock brakes.screech/squeal of brakes the loud, unpleasant noise of a car suddenly stopping: Suddenly we heard a screech of brakes and saw the car swerve to miss the bicycle.
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brakeverb [I]

uk   us   /breɪk/
B2 to make a vehicle go slower or stop, using its brake or brakes: When it's icy, brake gently. He would drive very fast and brake hard/sharply at the last minute.
Traducciones de “brake”
en árabe فَرامِل, مِكْبَح…
en coreano 자동차 브레이크, 제어 장치…
in Malaysian berhenti…
en francés freiner…
en turco fren, frenleyen, durduran şey…
en italiano freno…
en chino (tradicionál) 刹車, 閘,制動器…
en ruso тормоз…
en polaco hamulec, przeszkoda…
in Vietnamese phanh lại…
en español frenar…
en portugués freio…
in Thai หยุด…
en alemán bremsen…
en catalán fre…
en japonés (車などの)ブレーキ…
in Indonesian mengerem…
en chino (simplificado) 闸,制动器, 刹车…
(Definition of brake from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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