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engine block

noun, Automotive. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2014.
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  • The engine block has to be made stronger and heavier to withstand the higher internal stresses.
  • For, once the engine block and the gearbox are gone, the game of car design changes.
  • As the wheel spins, ports on the outer rim of the engine block the fuel-air mixture from flowing out of the channels.
  • Arranging things this way makes as much sense as putting a tub of ice cream on an engine block.
  • They fired into the engine block and the windshield.
  • Other on-site amenities include plug-in engine block heaters for guest cars, free continental breakfast and fitness center.
  • To commemorate the partnership, she signed an engine block that will be permanently displayed at the factory.
  • It is used as a corrosion inhibitor for aluminum in the hot-water environment of the radiator and engine block.
  • These units can also be used to heat the engine block in cold weather and recharge the vehicle's battery.
  • Two levels of coolant water in an engine block are clearly visible in these radiographs.

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