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ENGINE meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary.
The plane was forced to land because of engine problems. An engine also also locomotive is a separate part of a train that pulls the other parts of the train. Definition of engine from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary Cambridge University Press.
Internal combustion engine Wikipedia.
Pistons are open at the bottom and hollow except for an integral reinforcement structure the piston web. When an engine is working, the gas pressure in the combustion chamber exerts a force on the piston crown which is transferred through its web to a gudgeon pin.
Engine Wikipedia.
Railway locomotive engine. Spacecraft propulsion engines such as Rocket engine. See also edit. Automobile engine replacement. Hot bulb engine. Flagella biological motor used by some microorganisms. Synthetic molecular motor. Adiabatic quantum motor. Timeline of heat engine technology. Timeline of motor and engine technology.
engine Wiktionary.
A miniature railway engine. From Middle English engyn, from Anglo-Norman engine, Old French engin skill, cleverness, war machine, from Latin ingenium innate or natural quality, nature, genius, a genius, an invention, in Late Latin a war-engine, battering-ram, from ingenitum, past participle of ingign to instil by birth, implant, produce in.
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