Definition of 'MOT'
Example sentences containing 'mot'
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Car owners can specify their usual service or MoT within the ad. The Sun (2011)Which is why we are calling on all men to get a health MOT. The Sun (2015)It also provides leasing, repair and MoT services. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Your doctor will check for any underlying cause, may give you a health MoT and will advise about treatment. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Ask for a health MOT. The Sun (2014)
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Translations for 'MOT'
British English: MOT /ɛm əʊ tiː/ ABBREVIATION
In Britain, an MOT is a test which, by law, must be made each year on all road vehicles that are more than three years old, in order to check that they are safe to drive.
My car is due for its MOT in two days' time.
- American English: MOT
- Arabic: وزارة النقل
- Brazilian Portuguese: revisão obrigatória e anual de veículos GB
- Chinese: 汽车年检
- Croatian: tehnički pregled
- Czech: technická prohlídka auto
- Danish: periodisk syn af bil
- Dutch: APK
- European Spanish: ITV
- Finnish: katsastus
- French: contrôle technique
- German: TÜV
- Greek: τεχνικός έλεγχος οχημάτων
- Italian: revisione annuale dell'auto
- Japanese: 車検
- Korean: 차량 연례 정비
- Norwegian: periodisk kjøretøykontroll
- Polish: Ministerstwo Transportu
- European Portuguese: revisão obrigatória e anual de veículos
- Romanian: RAR
- Russian: технический осмотр транспортного средства Министерства транспорта Великобритании
- Spanish: ITV
- Swedish: kontrollbesiktning
- Thai: ตัวย่อของการตรวจเช็ครถประจำปี
- Turkish: yıllık taşıt testi
- Ukrainian: Державний технічний огляд транспортних засобів
- Vietnamese: kiểm định xe của Bộ Giao thông
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