Traducción de brake en Español:

brake

freno, n.

Pronunciación /breɪk/

Ver definición en Español de freno

nombre

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    (on vehicle)
    freno masculino
    to apply the brakes frenar
    • drum/disc/hydraulic brakes frenos de tambor/de disco/hidráulicos
    • the back/front brakes los frenos delanteros/traseros
    • to put the brakes / a brake on sth poner freno a algo
    • brake blocks pastillas del freno
    • And it uses the same technology as ESP by applying engine and brake control to the vehicle.
    • Yes, the gearbox was a bit saggy and I was alarmed at how much pressure the brake pedal needed to do an emergency stop, but other than this, all was well.
    • Pressing the DSC switch briefly disables the engine intervention, and uses the wheel brakes to control wheel spin.
    • With two levels of traction control, it will also solve the problem before it becomes one by applying the brakes to individual wheels.
    • Hydraulic Rear Wheel Boost increases rear brake pressure when the front axle is in ABS mode.
    • And its lower brake application pressure means shorter stopping distances should the booster fail.
    • In an attempt to slow down, I first applied light pressure to the brake pedal.
    • The most common problems which might make a vehicle unroadworthy are brakes, steering, tyres, suspension or corrosion.
    • The technology detects when the wheels lift at the start of a rollover and applies brakes to individual wheels to stabilize the SUV.
    • The auto also shifts back into neutral when the car is stationary with the brake pedal applied, slipping into drive when the throttle is applied.
    • The basic rule is to apply hard pressure to the brake pedal and leave it there.
    • If you are a beginner cyclist, apply both brakes with even pressure.
    • Both drivers realised they were on collision course and applied their emergency brakes, halting the vehicles around two tram lengths apart.
    • Part way through the landing roll, the pilot will apply pressure to the brakes and that will kick off the autobrakes.
    • Although steering wheel and brake pedal remain, the mechanical connection between them and the parts they activate has been replaced by an electric signal.
    • Traffic officials will be checking the brakes, steering wheels, tyres and lights of all heavy-duty vehicles.
    • They also feature a brake pedal that moves towards the floor of the vehicle when a crash is detected to avoid possibility of leg injury to the driver.
    • Data recorders in air bags can record a car's speed and deceleration and other data such as the pressure on a brake pedal at the time of a crash.
    • They also found that the pilots applied the wheel brakes manually, rather than in the automatic mode.
    • The system works with sensors, a computer and four fast-acting valves to change brake pressure on each wheel over uneven surfaces.
  • 2handbrake

    freno de mano masculino
    to put on / apply the brake poner el freno de mano

verbo intransitivo

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    frenar

verbo transitivo

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    frenar