Translation for 'tyre pump' from English to Hungarian
NOUN   a tyre pump | tyre pumps
légpumpa {noun}tyre pump [Br.]
Partial Matches
abroncs {noun}tyre [Br.]
bicikligumi {noun}
bicycle tyre [Br.]
keréknyomás {noun}
tyre pressure [Br.]
kerékpárgumi {noun}
bicycle tyre [Br.]
kerékpárabroncs {noun}
bicycle tyre [Br.]
pumpálto pump
AC pumpa {noun}fuel pump
tüzelőanyag szivattyú {noun}fuel pump
vákuumszivattyú {noun}
vacuum pump
benzinpumpa {noun}fuel pump
légpumpa {noun}air pump
olajszivattyú {noun}
oil pump
mellpumpa {noun}breast pump
biciklipumpa {noun}
bicycle pump
kerékpárpumpa {noun}
bicycle pump
szennyvízátemelő {noun}wastewater pump station
légpumpa {noun}tire pump [Am.]
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Usage Examples English
  • He punctured behind the leaders on the Col de Port, fitted a new tyre and found the heat had warped the washer of his pump.
  • There were four drivers who did not set lap times: Coulthard whose car developed a mechanical fuel pump problem, Barrichello drove one installation lap to conserve tyre usage and both Jordan drivers decided to sit out the session.
  • The tool kit delivered with the car also incorporated an inner tire / tyre tube and a special key for bleeding any air pockets out of the brake fluid.
  • 11 Panoz of Klaus Graf had a tyre issue and went into the gravel trap at the exit to Indianapolis corner from which marshals extricated him.
  • The sidecars had coach-built bodies, and some carried a spare tyre, while others offered two seats for occasional use.

  • At the following 6 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps, two tyre punctures and a front axle gearbox problem left him 27th overall.
  • The tyre size is 11.00-20". At least one KB-112 logging vehicle, made for A.
  • During the conversation he pokes their tyre with something, leaving them behind with a flat tyre.
  • They were also fitted with an integrated headlight and bottle dynamo which operated on the front tyre side-wall.
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