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towbar

(ˈtəʊˌbɑː)
n
(Automotive Engineering) a rigid metal bar or frame used for towing vehicles. Compare towrope, towline
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towbar

[ˈtəʊˌbɑːʳ] nbarra di rimorchio
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M2 EQUITYBITES-December 15, 2017-Horizon Global to Acquire Dutch Towbar Manufacturer Brink Group for EUR 169m
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Along with towbar strikes, wandering off of taxiways and hitting something with the prop is high on the stupid-pilot-prop-wrecking-trick hit parade.
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