Portuguese translation of 'accelerator'
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Example Sentences Including 'accelerator'
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Yana pulled onto the freeway entrance ramp and pressed down on the accelerator.TRUST ME (2001)
For several seconds he was puzzled, as the noise increased and he felt the car slow, not responding properly to the accelerator.A TROUT IN THE MILK (2001)
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'accelerator' in Other Languages
British English: accelerator /ækˈsɛləˌreɪtə/ NOUN
In a vehicle, the accelerator is the pedal you press to go faster.
He took his foot off the accelerator.
- American English: accelerator
- Arabic: مُعَجِّل
- Brazilian Portuguese: acelerador
- Chinese: 加速器
- Croatian: papučica za gas
- Czech: pedál plynu
- Danish: gaspedal
- Dutch: gaspedaal
- European Spanish: acelerador
- Finnish: kiihdytin
- French: accélérateur
- German: Gaspedal
- Greek: γκάζι αυτοκίνητο
- Italian: acceleratore
- Japanese: アクセル
- Korean: 가속기
- Norwegian: gasspedal
- Polish: akcelerator
- European Portuguese: acelerador
- Romanian: pedală de accelerație
- Russian: педаль газа
- Spanish: acelerador
- Swedish: gaspedal
- Thai: คันเร่ง
- Turkish: gaz pedalı
- Ukrainian: педаль газу
- Vietnamese: chân ga
Translation of accelerator from the Collins English to Portuguese Dictionary
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