In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1de doble mandode doble controldual-control car/brakes — coche de doble mando / control masculine
- dual-control steering — doble dirección
- This particular Sea Fury was used as a dual-control trainer for pilots.
- The airplane actually has a complete and functional second cockpit and will be equipped with removable superstructures allowing the aircraft to operate as either a single-seat fighter or dual-control trainer.
- In 1946, Vought built up a dual-control Corsair from a standard F4U- 1 aircraft with the designation V - 354.
- Here was this immense dual-control Sea Fury out front battling neck-to-neck with sleek highly-modified Mustangs.
- To celebrate the occasion, Sharkey was invited to make his first Harrier flight since retiring from the Royal Navy in the back seat in a dual-control T - 8 Sea Harrier training aircraft flown by Kris.
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