Definition of roadholding in English:

roadholding

Line breaks: road|hold¦ing
Pronunciation: /ˈrəʊdhəʊldɪŋ
 
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noun

[mass noun]
The ability of a vehicle to remain stable when moving, especially when cornering at high speeds: it has good performance and impressive roadholding [as modifier]: legendary roadholding ability
More example sentences
  • The bonus is excellent handling and roadholding, with great steering responses and that uncanny ability to make a series of bends seem like a straight road.
  • This means a truly superb ride on all surfaces and handling and roadholding of the highest order.
  • The strong chassis ensures that the car feels very solid on even the poorest road surfaces and this is reflected in reliable, vice-free handling and roadholding.

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