change down


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change down

vb
(Automotive Engineering) (intr, adverb) to select a lower gear when driving
Translations

w>change down

vi (Brit Aut) → einen niedrigeren Gang einlegen, in einen niedrigeren Gang schalten, (he)runterschalten
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Acceleration is slightly below the class average, with 62mph coming up in just over 11 seconds, and gear ratios relatively high - great for quiet, relaxed cruising, but inclines may force you to change down earlier than normal.
Schwartzel put that change down to working with visual skills coach Dr Sherylle Calder.
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But push down harder for a slick change down from the auto gearbox.