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ignition key

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Definition of ignition key in English:

noun

A key designed to start the engine of a motor vehicle.
Example sentences
  • I turned the ignition key to start the engine and warm the car then returned to the house to get a cloth.
  • The interior is great, it is intuitive and works well and you know it is a Saab because the ignition key is down by the handbrake.
  • Foremost, the ignition key in the center console.

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