pedal

m.
pedal.
pedal de embrague clutch pedal
pedal del freno brake pedal
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pedal
nombre masculino
1 pedal
2 familiar bender
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FRASEOLOGÍA
agarrar/coger un pedal familiar to get plastered
pedal del acelerador accelerator pedal, US gas pedal
pedal del embrague clutch pedal
pedal del freno brake pedal
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SM
1) [de bicicleta, automóvil] pedal

pedal de acelerador — accelerator (pedal)

pedal de(l) embrague — clutch (pedal)

pedal de freno — brake (pedal)

pedal dulce — (Mús) soft pedal

pedal fuerte — (Mús) loud pedal

pedal piano, pedal suave — (Mús) soft pedal

2) ** (=borrachera)

coger un pedal — to get canned **

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masculino
1) (de bicicleta, coche) pedal; (de piano) pedal
2) (Esp fam) (borrachera)

menudo pedal! — he's really plastered! (colloq)

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= treadle, pedal, foot pedal.
Ex. The operator worked the press by means of a handle or a treadle, and at the same time laid the paper on the platen by hand between each impression.
Ex. Cyclists contact bicycles at the pedals, seat and handlebars, each of which is associated with particular cycling injuries.
Ex. By depressing a foot pedal, the force on the backrest increases and the vertical force on the seat decreases.
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* pedal del embraque = clutch pedal.
* pedal del freno = brake pedal.
* pisar un pedal = depress + pedal.
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masculino
1) (de bicicleta, coche) pedal; (de piano) pedal
2) (Esp fam) (borrachera)

menudo pedal! — he's really plastered! (colloq)

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= treadle, pedal, foot pedal.

Ex: The operator worked the press by means of a handle or a treadle, and at the same time laid the paper on the platen by hand between each impression.

Ex: Cyclists contact bicycles at the pedals, seat and handlebars, each of which is associated with particular cycling injuries.
Ex: By depressing a foot pedal, the force on the backrest increases and the vertical force on the seat decreases.
* pedal del embraque = clutch pedal.
* pedal del freno = brake pedal.
* pisar un pedal = depress + pedal.

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pedal
masculine
A
1 (de una bicicleta) pedal
2 (de un piano) pedal; (de un coche) pedal
Compuestos:
pedal de arranque
kickstart
pedal de embrague
clutch pedal
pedal de freno
brake pedal
B
(Esp fam) (borrachera): ¡menudo pedal lleva/tiene encima! he's really plastered o smashed (colloq)
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pedal sustantivo masculino
pedal;
pedal de embrague/de freno clutch/brake pedal;

pedal de arranque kickstart
pedal sustantivo masculino
1 (en un mecanismo, instrumento musical) pedal
2 fam (borrachera) tenía un pedal de campeonato, he got wasted

'pedal' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
acelerador
- patín
- pedalear
English:
depress
- pedal
- push
- gas
- kick
- pedal bin
- press
- throttle
- treadle
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pedal nm
1. [de coche, fuente] pedal
Comp
pedal acelerador accelerator;
pedal de(l) embrague clutch (pedal);
pedal de freno brake pedal
2. [de piano, arpa] pedal
3. [de bicicleta] pedal;
dar a los pedales to pedal;
un as del pedal an ace cyclist
4. Esp Fam [borrachera]
agarrar un pedal to get plastered;
llevo un pedal que no me aguanto I'm completely plastered o out of my head
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pedal
m pedal
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pedal nm
: pedal
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pedal n pedal

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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  • pedal — sustantivo masculino 1. Pieza o palanca que, empujada con el pie, pone en movimiento un mecanismo: los pedales de la bicicleta. Dale a los pedales. Si pisas el pedal, te saldrá el agua del surtidor. 2. Área: música Sistema mecánico que se acciona …   Diccionario Salamanca de la Lengua Española

  • Pedal — Pe dal, a. [L. pedalis, fr. pes, pedis, foot. See {Foot}, and cf. {Pew}.] 1. Of or pertaining to the foot, or to feet, literally or figuratively; specifically (Zo[ o]l.), pertaining to the foot of a mollusk; as, the pedal ganglion. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Pedal — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda El término pedal puede hacer referencia a: en general, cualquier tipo de palanca que se acciona con el pie; en particular: a los pedales del coche (acelerador, freno y embrague); al pedal de hombre muerto, un sistema …   Wikipedia Español

  • pedał — I {{/stl 13}}{{stl 8}}rz. mnż I, D. u, Mc. pedałale {{/stl 8}}{{stl 7}} w instrumentach muzycznych, w pojazdach mechanicznych, w niektórych urządzeniach: mechanizm dźwigniowy obsługiwany stopami (przez naciśnięcie stopą) : {{/stl 7}}{{stl… …   Langenscheidt Polski wyjaśnień

  • pedal — ► NOUN 1) each of a pair of foot operated levers for powering a bicycle or other vehicle. 2) a foot operated throttle, brake, or clutch control. 3) a foot operated lever on a piano, organ, etc. for sustaining or softening the tone. 4) Music a… …   English terms dictionary

  • Pedal — Sn std. (16. Jh.) Neoklassische Bildung. Neubildung zu l. pedālis zum Fuß gehörig , zu l. pēs (pedis) m. Fuß .    Ebenso nndl. pedaal, ne. pedal, nfrz. pédale, nschw. pedal, nnorw. pedal. Mit l. pēs Fuß oder einer nominalen Ableitung sind… …   Etymologisches Wörterbuch der deutschen sprache

  • pedal — [ped′ l; ] for adj.1, also [ pēd′ l] adj. [L pedalis < pes (gen. pedis), FOOT] 1. of or having to do with the foot or feet 2. of or operated by a pedal or pedals n. [MFr pédale < It pedale < L pedalis: see PEDAL the adj.] …   English World dictionary

  • Pedal — Pe dal, n. [Cf. F. p[ e]dale, It. pedale. See {Pedal}, a.] 1. (Mech.) A lever or key acted on by the foot, as in the pianoforte to raise the dampers, or in the organ to open and close certain pipes; a treadle, as in a lathe or a bicycle. [1913… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • pédal — pédal, ale, aux [pedal, o] adj. ÉTYM. 1878; lat. pedalis « d un pied; du pied ». ❖ 1 Rare. Qui a rapport au pied. ⇒ Pédieux. 2 Géom. || Triangle pédal, qui a pour sommets les pieds des hauteurs d un autre triangle. ❖ HOM. Pédale …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • pedal — 1610s, lever (on an organ) worked by foot, from Fr. pédale, from It. pedale treadle, pedal, from L.L. pedale (thing) of the foot, neut. of L. pedalis of the foot, from pes (gen. pedis) foot (see FOOT (Cf. foot)). Extended to various mechanical… …   Etymology dictionary

  • pedal — pèdāl m <G pedála> DEFINICIJA 1. v. papučica (2a) 2. glazb. a. uređaj na različitim muzičkim instrumentima koji se pritišće nogom; namjena mu je različita (za sviranje, za postizavanje efekata i sl.) b. na orguljama klavijatura većih… …   Hrvatski jezični portal

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