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twist-grip
American English: /ˈtwɪstˌɡrɪp/
British English: /ˈtwɪstˌɡrɪp/

Translation of twist-grip in Spanish:

noun

  • empuñadura (feminine) giratoria
    Example sentences
    • I turned on the ignition switch and gave the twist-grip throttle a quick flick.
    • Collars are available in four anodized colors, and compatible grips come in regular and twist-grip length.
    • The present invention relates to an integrated twist-grip switch for the shifting of bicycle gears, such as multi-speed hubs or derailleur shifts.

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