brake

All Noun Verb
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  • Some aircraft also feature air brakes designed to reduce their speed in flight.
  • The train then turns slightly left before entering the mid-course brake run.
  • From here, the ride makes an up-hand right turn into the mid-course brake run.
  • Larger vehicles often use air brakes and the pressure may be used to drive other systems.
  • I braked really late, just made the corner, and something hit me in the back.
  • The driver put his foot on the brake, and began to back up.
  • The left foot is thus brought into play to operate the brake.
  • Anti-lock brakes were not initially available, although they would eventually be used.
  • Anti-lock brakes were not initially available, although they would eventually be used.
  • They used brake ropes again to make sure it did not fall forward.
  • Mixed trains continued to run, but were now provided with a brake van.
  • Riders then pass by the station again and enter the mid-course brake run.
  • Modern trains use brakes in various forms based on this design.
  • Brake also runs an annual Christmas card competition in his local area for primary school children.
  • Because I braked so late, I nearly didn't even make the corner.
  • After a small hill, the train then rises to the left into the mid-course brake run.
  • A dedicated pool has been created due to the need to fit cast steel brakes.
  • These truth values can then be used to determine how the brakes should be controlled.
  • These are signs that there may be issues with brakes wearing out over time.
  • Note that there is no carriage set number painted on the brake coach.
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Meaning of brake

  • noun A restraint used to slow or stop a vehicle
  • noun Any of various ferns of the genus pteris having pinnately compound leaves and including several popular houseplants
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  • noun Anything that slows or hinders a process
    she wan not ready to put the brakes on her life with a marriage, new legislation will put the brakes on spending
  • verb Stop travelling by applying a brake
    We had to brake suddenly when a chicken crossed the road
  • verb Cause to stop by applying the brakes
    brake the car before you go into a curve