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- n. Plural form of brake.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of brake.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. the combination of interacting parts that work to slow a moving vehicle.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a braking device consisting of a combination of interacting parts that work to slow a motor vehicle
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However, given the size of the local levels and that the action takes place outdoors, the causes of such brakes is understandable, but it's still not the most weighty justification for the author Dino D-Day.
Not using your brakes is not about taking silly risks but about avoiding risky situations by seeing them coming.
The suspension is exact and the hydraulically controlled brakes from the brake pedal have quick-change brake pads just as on the real car.
Chinese-built 3-speed bicycle with coaster brakes is just too much money.
Most experts agree that a typical production car engine won’t overpower the car’s brakes from a stop.
I did learn that the brakes were almost non-existent, something I probably would have rather been blissfully ignorant to.
TRW Automotive Holdings Corp. wishes to be known as " the global leader in active and passive safety " — or what the rest of us might call brakes and safety belts.
Although I have a feeling the brakes might be a bit tricky but then again you might just plug the trailers in and the brakes might just come straight off.
This test confirmed that pumping the brakes is a really bad strategy.
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