Definición de treadle en inglés:

treadle

Silabificación: trea·dle
Pronunciación: /ˈtredl
 
/

sustantivo

1A lever worked by the foot that imparts motion to a machine.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • She had a treadle sewing machine and mended everything.
  • My mother wasn't good at sewing but she had a treadle sewing machine and patched and patched.
  • Franklin's glass armonica, which rests in a mahogany veneered case on cabriole legs and pad feet, was probably originally fitted with a foot treadle to rotate the axle on which the color-coded glass bowls were mounted.
1.1Any of a row of metal spikes set on an angle on a spring within a plate laid across the entrance or exit of a parking facility, used to prevent drivers from using the facility without paying.

verbo

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Operate (a machine) using a treadle.

Origen

Old English tredel 'stair, step' (see tread).

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