n(American English/inglés norteamericano)
- 1 (change to lower gear) cambio (masculine) a una velocidad inferiorMore example sentences
- Like the V8 it mates to a five-speed automatic with adaptive shift control and a manual mode that matches engine revs on downshifts.
- Best of all, the engine revs joyously through downshifts, providing a great exhaust note while telling the world this isn't your average TT.
- Unlike traditional transmissions, the 7-speed will skip up to three gear ratios if necessary during downshifts, providing quick, smooth acceleration.
- 2 (reduction in tempo) ralentización (feminine)More example sentences
- But these downshifts do not bring you any closer to full-time Downers because they are voluntary moves that form a legitimate part of a self-chosen life project.
- This goes back to careful thought around the future and what you hope to attain through the downshift.
Palacio de Oriente, also known as the Palacio Real, is the official residence of the Spanish Royal Family. The Royal Family now lives in the Palacio de la Zarzuela, on the outskirts of Madrid.
vi(American English/inglés norteamericano)
- 1 (change to lower gear) cambiar a una velocidad inferiorMore example sentences
- In automatic mode it will sense via accelerometers when to retain a low gear and when to downshift.
- You're going to brake for Turn 10 just as the pavement changes (from asphalt to concrete at the start of the corner) and then downshift to second gear from fourth.
- It also works for travelling down grades, holding a gear and/or downshifting when the brake is tapped.
- 2 (slow down) ralentizar*More example sentences
- On the whole, people go on holiday to downshift, to go back a few centuries and to get away from commerce and industry.
- Everyone has to add value, to move, to upsize or downshift.
- In China, virtually everything will turn on the ability of the central leadership to downshift the economy without stalling it, " he said.