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Old February 01, 2018, 12:23 AM
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¿Cómo se llama esta parte de una bicicleta en el español de México?

Manillar?

Manubrio?


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Old February 01, 2018, 11:57 AM
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En España: manillar.

En México creo que usan "manubrio".

Por ejemplo (sacados del CREA):

Palinuro en una bicicleta y sin tocar el [***]manubrio[***] con las manos.

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AÑO: 1977
AUTOR: Paso, Fernando del
TÍTULO: Palinuro de México
PAÍS: MÉXICO
TEMA: 07.Novela
PUBLICACIÓN: Alfaguara (Madrid), 1982

Un chico, en bicicleta, se suelta del [***]manubrio[***] y esquiva a los transeúntes con ligeros balanceos de cuerpo que le imprimen ciertos brevísimos giros a su artefacto rodante.

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AÑO: 1990
AUTOR: Montaño Hurtado, Alfredo
TÍTULO: Las cenizas de los sueños
PAÍS: MÉXICO
TEMA: 07.Relatos
PUBLICACIÓN: Edamex (México D.F.), 1990

Puedes poner "manubrio" aquí:
http://corpus.rae.es/creanet.html
Y seleccionar "México"...

También con "manillar", pero parece que se usa menos.

Saludos cordiales.
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Old February 01, 2018, 01:14 PM
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En México es manubrio. Creo que nunca he visto "manillar".
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Gracias, JPablo y Angelica.
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Old February 03, 2018, 11:27 PM
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I think some people call then cachos de la bicicleta.
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