In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(act)encendido masculineignición feminine formalignition system — sistema de encendido masculine
- Station officer Ian Hanley said they were treating the cause as deliberate ignition by youths.
- She questioned the health and safety representative, also on the possibility of ignition by a spark from a chimney fire, and of the likelihood of peat being ignited.
- While rumours are rife that a dropped cigarette or a spark from an underground cable caused the fireball, the cause of ignition was not yet known.
- The danger is that the child s hand is still in the line of fire when ignition occurs and severe burns result.
- The cast-iron grate can hold 18 burgers, and one-touch ignition makes lighting the fire a cinch.
- The majority of cooking equipment fires start with the ignition of cooking oil from overheating.
- She activated something in her high heels and with a sudden ignition of fire from her actual heels, gently floated to the lonely and flooded street.
- Any combustible material burns more rapidly when heated before ignition.
- He said the fire was most likely to have been started by direct ignition to furniture in the room by an open flame like a match, cigarette lighter or candle.
- Trail bikes, cars and any machinery are a potential source of ignition so please ensure that mufflers are secure and flame proofed to avoid sparks igniting the countryside.
- Normally the risk of ignition is low, but fires may result if the temperature of the wires is initially set too high or if the wires are short-circuited in use.
- Fires were simple, so beautifully destructive, and yet so easy to get away with due to the lag time between ignition and full-blown flames.
- Sometimes, if the device fails to ignite first time, the tendency is to go back to check the fuse and then delayed ignition occurs which can cause injury to any part of the body.
- Our descent into hell was caused by a bolt of lightening striking, with unerring accuracy, a vessel which contained a chemical that doesn't get on well with sources of ignition.
- At this stage we are treating it as suspected deliberate ignition.
- Made of vitreous enamel, it boasts electronic multi-spark ignition in each of six burners, deluxe cast iron plates and a dual glass window roasting hood.
- Keep away from sources of ignition and direct sunlight.
- The ESU is the most frequent ignition source for surgical fires.
- Eliminate ignition sources like open flames, smoking, static, electrical sparks and hot surfaces.
(mechanism)encendido masculineto turn on or (British also) switch on the ignition — darle al contacto
- Mr Wright told the court the group found the Maestro abandoned on some waste land near Wortley school with its ignition already damaged from being ‘hot wired’.
- Dodd makes two more trips to the Oldsmobile, first to turn off the car's ignition, then to unsuccessfully pull Dawson's left hand from under his leg.
- With an auxiliary generator capability, the truck's generator can operate when the truck is parked without a key in the ignition.
- Pitching the protesting owner onto the dock, he switched the ignition on.
- He switched off the ignition and as he was about to take off his seatbelt a gunman appeared.
- Before the key goes into the ignition, before the gear goes into drive, make sure you weigh all the risks.
- He released the steering lock and switched on the ignition.
- PC Broadhurst got out, went over to the car and took the keys from its ignition.
- He switched off the ignition and looked closely at Sai.
- Thieves have been preying on motorists who leave their keys in the ignition and engines running to defrost their cars.
- She adjusted the seat and mirror, fired up the ignition, and fiddled with the gear stick.
- After switching off the ignition, she climbed out.
- Alice quickly followed her, closed the door, fumbled with the key before finally getting it into the ignition, switched in on, then took a few deep breaths.
- When the couple got up the next morning they found the scooter flung on their lawn, its ignition ripped out, its battery damaged, and the seat vandalised.
- I took the keys from the ignition of the jeep, and moved around back to the trunk.
- The victim took his keys from his car ignition and, after a short struggle, ran away with his keys in his hand.
- Cat switched off the ignition and hopped out of the truck.
- He claimed he couldn't switch off the ignition because modern Renaults have a magnetic card ‘key’ system and he was unable to remove the card while on the run.
- He switched off the ignition and jumped from the car in one fluid motion.
- Buffy switched off the ignition and leaned forward, resting her forehead on the steering wheel.
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