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tachographnoun [C]

uk   /ˈtækəɡrɑːf/ us   /ˈtækəɡræf/
TRANSPORT an electronic machine in a vehicle such as a truck that records speed, distance travelled, and stopping periods, and that is used to check that the driver is obeying rules about the number of hours they can work in a particular period: His tachograph limits the maximum hours he can work. Lorry drivers travelling from channel ports often take their first `tachograph stop' in Northamptonshire.
(Definition of tachograph from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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in Chinese (Simplified) 速度记录器, 里程表, 转速计…
in Chinese (Traditional) 速度記錄器, 里程表, 轉速計…
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