Translation of double-declutch in Spanish:


Pronunciation /ˌdəb(ə)ldiˈklətʃ/

intransitive verb

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    • ‘She was a friend of my wife's mother,’ he says, ‘and taught me to double-declutch, which was really necessary because my first car, the one I learnt to drive in, was an NSU Prinz with no synchromesh between first and second.’
    • When he got over the initial shock, the customer he was visiting in Newcastle helped prop him up on cushions in the car and he somehow managed to drive home, double-declutching because he couldn't move his legs properly.
    • Ever after that I double declutched every standard car I ever owned believing to this day that it was better for the transmission.