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co-driver
American English: /ˈkoʊˌdraɪvər/
British English: /ˈkəʊdrʌɪvə/

Translation of co-driver in Spanish:

noun

  • Example sentences
    • Although there was nothing to indicate at which junction I and co-driver Simon should exit, the hunch of going for the city centre looked good.
    • Choose your line carefully, you will most likely end up on the wrong side of the road at some point but that's alright, have your co-driver check for oncoming traffic.
    • The driver of the mini-truck died on the spot while his co-driver was critical.

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