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pedal1 US English

A foot-operated lever or control for a vehicle, musical instrument, or other mechanism, in particular

pedal2 US English

Of or relating to the foot or feet

pedal bin US English

A rubbish bin with a lid opened by means of a pedal

pedal car US English

A child’s pedal-operated car

gas pedal US English

The pedal that controls the speed of a vehicle’s engine

pedal boat US English

Another term for paddleboat.

pedal cycle US English

A bicycle

pedal note US English

The lowest or fundamental note of a harmonic series in some brass and wind instruments

pedal power US English

Cycling as a means of transportation

pedal steel US English

A musical instrument played like a Hawaiian guitar, but set on a stand with pedals to adjust the tension of the strings

soft pedal US English

A pedal on a piano that can be pressed to make the tone softer

pedal pusher US English

Women’s calf-length pants

with the pedal to the metal US English

With the accelerator of a car pressed to the floor

backpedal US English

Move the pedals of a bicycle backward in order to brake

pedal point in pedal note US English

A note sustained in one part (usually the bass) through successive harmonies, some of which are independent of it

pedal pushers in pedal pusher US English

Women’s calf-length pants

with the pedal to the metal in pedal1 US English

With the accelerator of a car pressed to the floor

soft pedal in pedal1 US English

Each of a set of two or three levers on a piano, particularly (also sustaining pedal) one that, when depressed by the foot, prevents the dampers from stopping the sound when the keys are released. The second is the soft pedal; a third, if present, produces either selective sustaining or complete muffling of the tone

dead man's handle US English

(Especially in a diesel or electric train) a lever that acts as a safety device by shutting off power when not held in place by the driver

dead man's pedal in dead man's handle US English

(Especially in a diesel or electric train) a lever that acts as a safety device by shutting off power when not held in place by the driver

pedal steel guitar in pedal steel US English

A musical instrument played like a Hawaiian guitar, but set on a stand with pedals to adjust the tension of the strings

sustaining pedal in pedal1 US English

Each of a set of two or three levers on a piano, particularly (also sustaining pedal) one that, when depressed by the foot, prevents the dampers from stopping the sound when the keys are released. The second is the soft pedal; a third, if present, produces either selective sustaining or complete muffling of the tone

pedal New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(move by means of) a foot-operated lever;

pedal English-Spanish

pedal masculine

pedal Spanish-English

pedal

gas pedal English-Spanish

acelerador masculine

pedal bin English-Spanish

tarrocon pedal

pedal car English-Spanish

cochecito

soft pedal New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(two words, hyphen as verb)

soft-pedal US Thesaurus

the major candidates wish to soft-pedal the immigration issue

pedal boat English-Spanish

→ pedalo

pedal pusher English-Spanish

ciclista masculine and feminine

pedal de freno Spanish-English

brake pedal

pedal de freno Spanish-English

brake pedal

clutch (pedal) in clutch English-Spanish

(pedal masculine del) embrague masculine, clutch masculineCentral America/América CentralColombiaMexico/MéxicoVenezuela

pedal pushers in pedal pusher English-Spanish

pantalón, pantalón, pantalón


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