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1to bump-start a car — hacer arrancar un coche empujándolo
- Oh and never help a new neighbour in distress (he'd tried bump-starting his car in reverse).
- A Park and Ride car park is not the best place to try and find volunteers to bump-start a car [especially if you are not sure the fault can be solved by bump-starting it].
- Their only scare came before the start when the car refused to fire up and had to be bump-started away from the hotel on Saturday morning.
- Through came Patrese, who had bump-started his car down the hill, to win his first grand prix.
- Are thieves prepared to bump-start? it?
- But we needed to push it, to bump-start it, which was easier said than done, with over a ton in weight to push, on a muddy field.
- Which of course now means I'll have to bump-start it in the snow next week.