air bag

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الإنجليزية - التركية
pnömatik yastık
hava yastığı
air sickness bag
hasta torbası
(isim) hava yastığı
an air sickness bag, please
hasta torbası lütfen
passenger air bag
(Otomotiv) yolcu hava yastığı
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A car safety device that deploys when a road vehicle gets in an accident
a safety restraint in an automobile; the bag inflates on collision and prevents the driver or passenger from being thrown forward
A large nylon bag which inflates and deflates rapidly during certain types of collisions
An inflatable bag, often made of synthetic rubber, used to lift or stabilize heavy objects Also a large inflatable bag into which persons can leap to escape danger
A safety restraint device that deploys when it senses there has been severe deceleration of the vehicle They are usually located in the steering wheel and in the passenger side dash pad When used in conjunction with seat belts, these devices are very effective in saving lives in automobile accidents It is advised to maintain a distance of at least 12 inches from the air bag when driving at all times because of the aggressive deployment rate
safety device used in automobiles (plastic bag that fills with air during a crash and prevents passengers from hitting the window and dashboard)
An inflatable bag that deploys upon impact that works in conjunction with your car’s seat belts
The air bag, also known as a Supplemental Inflatable Restraint System, is a passive safety device, supplemental to safety belts, that inflates to provide a cushion to absorb impact forces during moderate to severe frontal collisions This system can help to lessen the chance of contact with the steering wheel, instrument panel and windshield The air bag is actuated automatically by sensors located in the front of the vehicle To maximize effectiveness, seat and shoulder belts must always be used in conjunction with this system
A passive (idle) restraint system that automatically deploys during a crash to act as a cushion for the occupant It creates a broad surface on which to spread the forces of the crash, to reduce head and chest injury It is considered "supplementary" to the lap/shoulder belts because it enhances the protection the belt system offers in frontal crashes Also known as SRS - supplemental restraint system; SIR - supplemental inflatable restraint; SIPS - side impact protection system; IC - inflatable curtain; SIAB - side impact air bag)
air bags
plural form of air bag
A protective system in automobiles in which when a crash occurs, a bag containing nitrogen, formed by the explosive decomposition of sodium azide, quickly inflates in front of the driver or passenger, preventing injury to the head. Side air bags, including the back seat passengers, also prevent injury
A person who talks too much; a windbag or gossip
air sickness bag
small bag used to catch vomit in the event of severe motion sickness during a flight
A safety device, consisting of impact sensors, computer, a detonation device and air bag, that protects the driver (and in some cases, the passenger) in a crash by inflating a cushion hidden in the steering wheel and dashboard
A person who talks to much; a gossip
{i} safety device used in automobiles (plastic bag that fills with air during a crash and prevents passengers from hitting the window and dashboard)
A supplemental safety system in vehicles that inflates to cushion an occupant during a collision
air·bag airbags in AM and sometimes in BRIT, use air bag An airbag is a safety device in a car which automatically fills with air if the car crashes, and is designed to protect the people in the car when they are thrown forward in the crash. a bag in a car that fills with air to protect the driver or passenger in an accident
air bag


    A·ir bag

    التركية النطق

    er bäg


    /ˈer ˈbag/ /ˈɛr ˈbæɡ/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'ar, 'er ] (noun.) 14th century. Middle English, from Middle French, from Latin aer, from Greek aEr.

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