What are some alternative words for gas pedal?

Synonyms for gas pedal

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. accelerator, accelerator pedal, gas pedal, gas, throttle, gun(noun)

    a pedal that controls the throttle valve

    "he stepped on the gas"

    Synonyms:
    hitman, gunman, gun, petrol, gasolene, gaseous state, gas, ordnance, natural gas, throttle, artillery, catalyst, heavy weapon, gun for hire, hired gun, flatulency, shooter, throttle valve, accelerator pedal, gasoline, particle accelerator, accelerator, grease-gun, triggerman, hit man, atom smasher, flatulence, gunslinger, torpedo

How to pronounce gas pedal?

Alex
Alex
US English
Daniel
Daniel
British
Karen
Karen
Australian
Veena
Veena
Indian

How to say gas pedal in sign language?

  1. gaspedal

Words popularity by usage frequency

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#1119gas
#3335gun
#8741gasoline
#8753catalyst
#12158petrol
#12164accelerator
#12329shooter
#15082artillery
#16912throttle
#21408ordnance
#26838torpedo
#30733hitman
#43312gunman
#55566gunslinger
#64305flatulence
#251068triggerman

How to use gas pedal in a sentence?

  1. Tom Brady:

    I just felt like we needed to grind it out all night, we couldn't take our foot off the gas pedal, we were playing a great football team.

  2. Jeff Rea:

    Mayor Pete came in and really put Mayor Pete foot on the gas pedal and accelerated those improvements to happen.

  3. Chief Executive Officer Eileen Drake:

    We don't take our foot off the gas pedal on either one of them.

  4. Mehmet Murat ildan:

    Courage is a gas pedal and fear is a brake; when we go to our destination, we need both!

  5. Kevin Labanc:

    We just kind of let off the gas pedal I think, gave them a little too much room to make plays. . The focus for next game is play a full 60 minutes and not give them anything for all three periods.


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