In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(car) arrancar empujando
- The bus in which they were touring had to be push-started at New Italy and at Coraki!
- The activity involves early style front-engine dragsters push-started and gathered on the dragstrip's starting-line with the engines running.
- From the second stop, we had to push-start the car.
- Not only is he a dab hand at changing a spare tyre, he can also push-start a 19-tonne articulated truck single-handedly.
- Greene found himself helping to push-start the clinic's worn-out ambulance, a battered old mini-van whose back seats had been removed.
- Often they had to push-start the car after a stop.
- That will be followed by the Cacklefest, which involves many early-days-style front-engine dragsters being push-started.
- They shook Arnie awake and put him behind the wheel so Mike and Jack could push-start the car.
- The crew attempted to push-start the car, but that failed.
- Check owner's manual for the proper way to push-start your vehicle.
- Another photo called Team Bus shows a group of players push-starting their bus for the trip home.
- The first gentleman assisted us by trying to push-start the car to the Shell Garage in Kidd's Beach.
- It's where historic race cars are push-started down the track as they were decades ago.
- At 14, they push-start karts and learn mechanics.
1to give sb a push-start — ayudar a algn a arrancar empujando
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