bull-bar

  • 1 bull bar — UK US noun [countable] [singular bull bar plural bull bars] a frame of strong metal bars around the front of a car or truck, used for protecting it if there is an accident Thesaurus: external parts of cars and other road vehicles …

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  • 2 bull bar — bull ,bar noun count a frame of strong metal bars around the front of a car or truck, used for protecting it if there is an accident …

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  • 3 bull bar — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms bull bar : singular bull bar plural bull bars a frame of strong metal bars around the front of a car or truck, used for protecting it if there is an accident …

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  • 4 bull bar — bull bars N COUNT: usu pl On some motor vehicles, bull bars are metal bars fixed to the front that are designed to protect it if it crashes …

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  • 5 bull bar — noun a) A framework of metal bars at a vehicles front to protect it during collisions with cattle, etc. b) The same framework fitted as a fashion accessory Syn: kangaroo bar, roo bar, nudge bar …

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  • 6 bull bar — /ˈbʊl ba/ (say bool bah) noun a metal grid placed in front of a motor vehicle to prevent damage to the vehicle in case of collision, especially with kangaroos, stray cattle, etc., on outback roads; roo bar; kangaroo bar. Also, bullbar …

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  • 7 Bull bar — stout bar fixed to the front of a vehicle to protect it against hitting kangaroos …

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  • 8 bull bar — Australian Slang stout bar fixed to the front of a vehicle to protect it against hitting kangaroos …

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  • 9 bull bar — The upward extension of a bumper to protect lights and the grille. Also see nerf bar …

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  • 10 bull-bar — /bool bahr /, n. Australian. a metal frame attached to the front of a vehicle to prevent damage in case of a collision with stray animals on outback roads. * * * …

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  • 11 bull bar — noun a strong metal grille fitted to the front of a motor vehicle to protect against impact damage …

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  • 12 bull-bar — /bool bahr /, n. Australian. a metal frame attached to the front of a vehicle to prevent damage in case of a collision with stray animals on outback roads …

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  • 13 five-poster bull bar — noun a large bull bar with five posts or uprights …

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  • 14 bar — [1] A unit of pressure. One bar equals 100 kilopascals or 14.5 psi. [2] A rod. Also see anti roll bar anti sway bar antiroll bar boring bar bull bar bumper bar busbar compensating bar compensator …

    Dictionary of automotive terms

  • 15 bull catcher — /ˈbʊl kætʃə/ (say bool kachuh) noun 1. a person who is employed to catch wild bulls. 2. a vehicle fitted with a large bull bar, often with tyres strapped to it to provide cushioning; used in mustering bulls to push the animal over so that it can… …

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  • 16 BAR 007 — Jenson Button à bord de la BAR 007 lors des essais du GP des États Unis 2005 Présentation Équipe Lucky Strike BAR Honda Constructeur …

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  • 17 BAR 007 — Кат …

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  • 18 Bull Hill Guest Ranch — (Marble,США) Категория отеля: Адрес: 3738 Bull Hill Road, Marble, WA 99141, С …

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  • 19 Bull Island (TV show) — Bull Island was an Irish television and radio satirical comedy show broadcast on RTÉ One and later on RTÉ Radio 1 from 1999 until 2002.Featuring a cast of just 7 Irish comedians and impressionists, the show, which aired for half an hour weekly,… …

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  • 20 Bull [1] — Bull, engl., eigentlich Stier, dann in der Umgangssprache eine ungereimte widersinnige Rede oder Erzählung. wie deren gar viele namentlich den Irländern von den Engländern aufgebürdet werden, irische Bulls. John B., wörtl. Hans Ochs, scherzhafte… …

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