double-clutch

1
[duhb-uh l-kluhch]
verb (used without object) Automotive.
  1. to downshift by shifting gears in an automotive vehicle first into neutral and then into the desired gear, releasing the clutch twice, once for each shift.

double-clutch

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[duhb-uh l-kluhch]
verb (used without object)
  1. (of a bird) to produce a second clutch of eggs after the first has been removed, usually for hatching in an incubator.
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