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cruise control

noun

  1. a system, available for some automobiles, motorcycles, etc., that automatically maintains a vehicle's speed by taking control of the accelerator.


cruise control

noun

  1. a system in a road vehicle that automatically maintains a selected speed until cancelled


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Top safety scores are a plus, as is the adaptive cruise control, semiautonomous parking and 180-degree front-end camera.

Unlike the NSX, the Venza had very comfortable seats and adaptive cruise control.

Multistrada V4 by DucatiFinally, real cruise control on a motorcycleMotorcycles have had the smarts to help riders avoid looming collisions for a few years now, but that intelligence has had its limits.

The molded grip includes a variable-speed trigger and cruise control, and the unit starts using push-button technology—so there’s no cord to pull.

The Easy Start technology makes for simpler pull-starts, and once working, you can coast using the cruise control.

Xabi Alonso scored from the spot, and one sensed that the Iberians, now in cruise-control, would win the game nonchalantly.

Finally, on February 1, adjust your strategy as needed and put it on cruise control.

Congress, she averred, should put itself on “cruise control—Ted Cruz control—just for a week.”

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