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Next, we'll' learn what can go wrong with engines. Car engines can have all sorts of problems, whether fuel related or battery related. Zero Creatives/Getty Images. So you go out one morning and your engine will turn over but it won't' start.
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Engine Definition of Engine by Merriam-Webster.
Post the Definition of engine to Facebook Share the Definition of engine on Twitter Time Traveler for engine. The first known use of engine was in the 14th century. See more words from the same century. From the Editors at Merriam-Webster.
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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.
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Engine Wikipedia.
An external combustion engine EC engine is a heat engine where an internal working fluid is heated by combustion of an external source, through the engine wall or a heat exchanger. The fluid then, by expanding and acting on the mechanism of the engine produces motion and usable work.
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Internal combustion engine Wikipedia.
The engine block contains the cylinders. In engines with more than one cylinder they are usually arranged either in 1 row straight engine or 2 rows boxer engine or V engine; 3 rows are occasionally used W engine in contemporary engines, and other engine configurations are possible and have been used.
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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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