Definición de driver
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Noise would be cancelled out using microphones above the heads of drivers and passengers. The Sun (2016)Now van drivers cheerily give him the thumbs up. Times, Sunday Times (2016) Young drivers will be particularly hard hit because they already pay most for cover. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Merseyside police received reports of two alleged offences in moving vehicles but the drivers were not traced. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We found a track and employed a racing driver who could set lap times in the cars we filmed there. The Sun (2016)London drivers faced the jams for 101 hours last year. The Sun (2016)This would provide delivery drivers with a one-time code letting them unlock your front door. Times, Sunday Times (2016)About 200 local councils require taxi drivers to sit an assessment. Times, Sunday Times (2016)There are 47 million licensed British drivers. The Sun (2016)The taxi driver reported it to the club. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The train driver was forced to split up the two groups. The Sun (2013)We are also looking for van drivers. The Sun (2013)The screens are on the sun visor over the drivers head. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Research suggests many premiums for younger drivers are unnecessarily high. The Sun (2006)We welcome any initiative which would lead us to the driver and the vehicle and its recovery. The Sun (2011)Transport was badly hit with air and rail services disrupted and drivers faced with treacherous conditions. The Sun (2009)Early morning knocks on the door from delivery drivers are becoming the norm. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He had been the fastest driver on the circuit in the first sector. Times, Sunday Times (2007)But what would the best racing driver in the world want as he heads off into retirement? Times, Sunday Times (2006)Attempts to force drivers to adopt one fuel or the other are nonsense. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The driver of the van was injured and was taken to a nearby hospital. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The scam sees traffickers creep up on vehicles while the driver is asleep or refuelling. The Sun (2014)The driver turned to face me full on. Times, Sunday Times (2006)But the delivery driver was a former fisherman and he got out his fish knife and did it for her. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Ambitious comedy venues have been key drivers in recent British pop culture. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It is still lively and fun, with quick reactions to the smallest of driver inputs. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Through some felt completely sick with fear, straining hear the telephone conversations of our taxi drivers. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The closure of the monastery was disastrous for the Bedouin and especially the young camel drivers. Times, Sunday Times (2013) Watch drivers on the circuit and you know what character they're going to be. Times, Sunday Times (2011)I always take a driver off the tee and aim for the left side of the fairway. Times, Sunday Times (2011) British drivers are paying up to 2p a litre more for fuel because of a green levy that is set to rise steeply. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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Traducciones de driver
Inglés británico: driver /ˈdraɪvə/ NOUN
The driver of a vehicle is the person who is driving it.
The driver got out of his van.
- Inglés americano: driver
- Árabe: سائِق
- Portugués brasileño: motorista
- Chino: 驾驶者
- Croata: vozač
- Checo: řidič
- Danés: chauffør
- Holandés: bestuurder
- Español europeo: conductor
- Finlandés: ajaja
- Francés: conducteur
- Alemán: Fahrer
- Griego: οδηγός
- Italiano: conducente
- Japonés: 運転手
- Coreano: 운전자
- Noruego: sjåfør
- Polaco: kierowca
- Portugués: condutor
- Rumano: șofer
- Ruso: водитель
- Español: conductor
- Sueco: chaufför
- Tailandés: คนขับ
- Turco: sürücü
- Ucraniano: водій
- Vietnamita: tài xế
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