Definition of declutch in English:

declutch

Line breaks: de|clutch
Pronunciation: /diːˈklʌtʃ
 
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verb

[no object]
Disengage the clutch of a motor. See also double-declutch.
More example sentences
  • There is no clutch, so you don't even have to remember to declutch when stopping.
  • If a jam occurs - even during start-up - the engine throttles down and declutches before damage is sustained.
  • As soon as the flywheel starts spinning with requisite speed, the bendix drive declutches from the flywheel.

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