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Meaning of “handbrake” - Learner’s Dictionary

handbrake

noun [C]
 
/ˈhændbreɪk/ ( also US emergency brake, parking brake)
a stick inside a car that you can pull up to stop the car from moving The interior of vehicles
Translations of “handbrake”
in Korean 핸드 브레이크…
in Arabic فَرامِل اليَدّ…
in Portuguese freio de mão…
in Catalan fre de mà…
in Japanese (自動車の)サイドブレーキ, ハンドブレーキ…
in Italian freno a mano…
in Chinese (Traditional) 手煞車…
in Russian ручной тормоз…
in Turkish el freni…
in Chinese (Simplified) 手刹车,手制动器…
in Polish hamulec ręczny…
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