In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(windshield wiper)limpiaparabrisas masculinelimpiador masculine Mexicobefore noun wiper blade — rasqueta (del limpiaparabrisas)
- Two hours later, Colin returned to his car, to find a note under the wiper of his windscreen.
- The scope slides over the windscreen, the wipers are on.
- Michael again used the wipers to clear the windscreen.
- From engine and radiator parts to filters, wipers, auto body parts and trim and a whole lot more, you will find everything to repair and maintain your Nissan car.
- The rest of the parts - air conditioning, window wipers, door handles, etc. - were chosen and assembled to maximize reliability.
- Lateral airbags, xenon headlamps, headlamp wash, automatic headlamps, automatic wipers and heat reflecting windscreen are among the features that have been removed.
- What's more, French cars these days are priced well below the German rivals and come as standard with all sorts of electronic trickery such as rain-sensing wipers and tyre-pressure sensors to make them even more appealing.
- My wife was in the car and she had to use her wipers to clear the bees from her windscreen.
- The market for this shielding includes dashboard electronic components, electronic systems controls and small electric motors for wipers, seats and mirrors.
- Nhtsa requires that the vehicle is equipped with a safety glass windshield, turn signals, mirrors, wipers, headlights and taillights, brake lights and seatbelts.
- Probably, he thought, peering out through struggling wind screen wipers at rows of brake lights ahead.
- Another feature is the wash-wipe facility that can be programmed to vary the number of times the wipers operate after the windscreen wash has finished.
- If you need any guidance what that's like, just switch off the wipers in your road car.
- Much of the earlier Punto remains: a facility to operate the electric front windows after the key has been taken out of the ignition, and windscreen washer-activated wipers.
- It wasn't until I was halfway home and the screen was fully thawed that I spotted it - a limp stalk being dragged across the windscreen by the wipers.
- The safety kit is good, with six airbags, while a tyre-puncture monitor, rain-sensing wipers and automatic headlights
- To a motorcyclist, that's almost as good as wipers and a CD player.
- On those same dark and damp days, the light-sensing headlamps and rain-sensitive wipers kick in without touching the controls.
- It seems all wrong in modern surroundings, though, and I was forever activating the wipers needlessly.
- I liked the automatically adjusting front wipers, but there was no rear wiper.
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