Definition of 'airbag'
Example sentences containing 'airbag'
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Experts adapted the airbag safety concept used in cars. The Sun (2012)Giant box and airbags for six flash drives. Times, Sunday Times (2015)All models have front, side and curtain airbags. Times, Sunday Times (2010)If the affected cars are involved in a crash, the airbag may not deploy correctly. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Features on this reliable car include power steering, air conditioning and twin front airbags. The Sun (2016)I need to have the front passenger airbag disabled? Times, Sunday Times (2008)With so many cars affected, it could be years before the roads are cleared of cars with explosive airbags. Times, Sunday Times (2015)One case involves a head-on crash where a driver and passenger were injured when the front airbags did not open. The Sun (2015)There are six airbags and ABS and emergency braking assist as standard. The Sun (2008)It's got car instruments and car brakes, a car airbag and a car engine with car fuel consumption. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He's also an origami consultant to industry, working out new ways to fold car airbags and space telescopes. Times, Sunday Times (2007)A MAN was arrested yesterday for allegedly selling hundreds of fake car airbags online. The Sun (2016)
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Translations for 'airbag'
British English: airbag /ˈɛəbæɡ/ NOUN
An airbag is a safety device in a car which automatically fills with air if the car crashes, and is designed to protect the people in the car when they are thrown forward in the crash.
- American English: airbag
- Arabic: وِسَادَة هَوَائِيَّة
- Brazilian Portuguese: bolsa de ar
- Chinese: 安全气囊
- Croatian: zračni jastuk
- Czech: airbag
- Danish: airbag
- Dutch: airbag
- European Spanish: airbag
- Finnish: turvatyyny
- French: airbag
- German: Airbag
- Greek: αερόσακος
- Italian: airbag
- Japanese: エアバッグ
- Korean: 에어백
- Norwegian: airbag
- Polish: poduszka powietrzna
- European Portuguese: airbag
- Romanian: pernă de aer
- Russian: подушка безопасности
- Spanish: bolsa de aire seguridad en vehículos
- Swedish: krockkudde
- Thai: ถุงอากาศนิรภัย
- Turkish: hava yastığı
- Ukrainian: повітряна подушка
- Vietnamese: túi khí
Definition of airbag from the Collins English Dictionary
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