footpump

footpump

(ˈfʊtpʌmp)
n
(Mechanical Engineering) a pump that is operated by foot
Translations

footpump

[ˈfʊtˌpʌmp] npompa a pedale
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My pupils couldn't even smell it!" SEPTEMBER Cash-strapped West Midlands Police Force defends the use of 'blow-up bobbies' - vinyl, virtual PCs, inflated with a footpump.
Stay safe: Carry a breakdown kit and make sure it includes a warning triangle, high visibility vest, torch, tow rope and a footpump. Spare bulbs are a good idea too and a legal requirement in some EU countries.
Warning triangle High-visibility vest (EN471 approved) High quality first-aid kit 3.5 metre tow rope with flat design for easy storage Footpump with gauge Emergency camera with flash and 12 exposures Notepad and pen Tyre safety kit Large canvas-type carry bag with handles and velcro Emergency glass hammer with seat-belt cutter
MICHELIN'S single-barrel footpump, which retails at pounds 19.49, has been rated a five-star Best Buy by UK weekly motoring magazine Auto Express.
"He parked up and came over to my car, opening my car boot and attaching the footpump nozzle to the tyre.
Despite the wealth of electric compressors and puncture sealants that are on the market, there is still plenty of scope for the good old-fashioned footpump. It is inexpensive, very compact and can be used for inflating items such as footballs as well as tyres.