clutch gear

1) механизм сцепления
2) зубчатая муфта
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механизм сцепления

English-russian automobile dictionary. 2013.

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  • clutch — [[t]klʌ̱tʃ[/t]] clutches, clutching, clutched 1) VERB If you clutch at something or clutch something, you hold it tightly, usually because you are afraid or anxious. [V at n] I staggered and had to clutch at a chair for support... [V n] She was… …   English dictionary

  • clutch — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 sb/sth s clutches sb/sth s power/control VERB + CLUTCHES ▪ fall into ▪ She fell into the clutches of the rebel forces. ▪ escape, escape from PREPOSITION …   Collocations dictionary

  • clutch — 1 verb (I) to hold something or someone tightly, especially because you are frightened, in pain, or do not want to lose something: Tom fell to the ground clutching his stomach. | A woman clutching a baby stole an elderly woman s purse. clutch at… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • clutch — clutch1 [klʌtʃ] v [: Old English; Origin: clyccan] 1.) [T] to hold something tightly because you do not want to lose it = ↑grip, grasp ↑grasp ▪ She was clutching a bottle of champagne. 2.) [I and T] also clutch at sb/sth …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • clutch — I UK [klʌtʃ] / US verb Word forms clutch : present tense I/you/we/they clutch he/she/it clutches present participle clutching past tense clutched past participle clutched ** a) [transitive] to hold someone or something firmly, for example because …   English dictionary

  • clutch-start — /ˈklʌtʃ stat/ (say kluch staht) verb (t) 1. to start (the engine of a motor vehicle) by having it in gear with the clutch disengaged while it is rolled forward, and then suddenly engaging the clutch. 2. to begin (a motor race) with the vehicles… …   Australian English dictionary

  • clutch — clutch1 [ klʌtʃ ] verb ** transitive to hold someone or something firmly, for example because you are afraid or in pain, or do not want to lose them: Women clutched small children as they left. a. intransitive clutch at to try to take hold of… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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