Translation of dual-control in Spanish:


Pronunciation: /ˌduːəlkənˈtrəʊl; ˌdjuːəlkənˈtrəʊl/


  • de doble mando or control dual-control car/brakes coche (masculine)/frenos (masculine plural) de doble mando or control dual-control steering doble dirección (feminine)

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