choke/throttle

Lithuanian translation: droselis / droselinė sklendė

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English term or phrase:choke/throttle
Lithuanian translation:droselis / droselinė sklendė
Entered by: Ala Tolos

08:25 Dec 3, 2017
English to Lithuanian translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Transport / Transportation / Shipping / outboards
English term or phrase: choke/throttle
Context:
Choke: "Choke - Pull out when starting a cold engine."; "Crank the engine over while pushing the key in to engage the choke solenoid."
Throttle: "Throttle grip - Controls the engine speed and shifting."; "Throttle only button - The throttle only button allows throttle advancement without shifting the engine."

Kaip verčiami "choke" ir "throttle" į lietuvių kalbą?
Ala Tolos
Lithuania
Local time: 09:22
droselis / droselinė sklendė
Explanation:
As nouns the difference between choke and throttle is that choke is a control on a carburetor to adjust the air/fuel mixture when the engine is cold while throttle is a valve that regulates the supply of fuel-air mixture to an internal combustion engine and thus controls its speed; a similar valve that controls the air supply to an engine.
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Gytis Tereikis
Lithuania
Local time: 09:22
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droselis / droselinė sklendė


Explanation:
As nouns the difference between choke and throttle is that choke is a control on a carburetor to adjust the air/fuel mixture when the engine is cold while throttle is a valve that regulates the supply of fuel-air mixture to an internal combustion engine and thus controls its speed; a similar valve that controls the air supply to an engine.

Gytis Tereikis
Lithuania
Local time: 09:22
Native speaker of: Native in LithuanianLithuanian
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