Definition of 'gear lever'
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The gear lever itself has been raised to the optimum height for extra smooth gear changes. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The actual gear lever is a small stalk on the side of the steering wheel that you simply flick from neutral to automatic drive. The Sun (2012)
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Translations for 'gear lever'
British English: gear lever /ɡɪə ˈliːvə/ NOUN
A gear lever or a gear stick is the lever that you use to change gear in a car or other vehicle.
- American English: gearshift
- Arabic: نَاقِلُ السُّرْعَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: alavanca de câmbio
- Chinese: 变速杆
- Croatian: poluga mjenjača brzine
- Czech: řadicí páka
- Danish: gearstang
- Dutch: versnellingspook
- European Spanish: palanca de cambio
- Finnish: vaihdetanko
- French: levier de vitesses
- German: Schalthebel
- Greek: λεβιές ταχυτήτων
- Italian: leva del cambio
- Japanese: ギアレバー
- Korean: 변속 레버
- Norwegian: girspak
- Polish: dźwignia zmiany biegów
- European Portuguese: alavanca das mudanças
- Romanian: schimbător de viteze
- Russian: рычаг переключения скоростей
- Spanish: palanca de cambio
- Swedish: växelspak
- Thai: คันเกียร์
- Turkish: vites kolu
- Ukrainian: важіль перемикання передач
- Vietnamese: cần số
Definition of gear lever from the Collins English Dictionary
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