Spanish Word for clutch  

English Word: clutch

Spanish Word: el embrague
The Spanish Word for clutch
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Translated sentences containing 'clutch'
The three pedals of a car are: the brake pedal, the accelerator pedal and the clutch pedal.
Los tres pedales del coche son: el pedal de freno, el pedal del acelerador y el pedal del embrague.
The clutch pedal is very small
El pedal del embrague es muy pequeño

The desperate economic situation in their own countries forces many women to clutch at any straw, which makes them easy prey for the traffickers.
La deplorable situación económica de sus países de origen hace que muchas mujeres se agarren a un clavo ardiendo, convirtiéndose en presa fácil de los traficantes de seres humanos.
Europe and America diverge on a clutch of important questions: trade; science; fundamental rights; climate change; monetary policy; competition policy; foreign, security and defence policy and the Constitution.
Europa y los Estados Unidos difieren en un puñado de cuestiones importantes: el comercio; la ciencia; los derechos fundamentales; el cambio climático; la política monetaria; la política de competencia; la política de seguridad y defensa y la Constitución.
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