hydraulic lift

noun
an elevator operated by fluid pressure, especially one used for raising automobiles in service stations and garages.
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Apart from a hydraulic lift and a plentiful supply of compressed air, your
  correspondent's humble workshop has nothing to compare.
The garage has a hydraulic lift and shop area for vehicle maintenance.
She was brought down in a hydraulic lift after a two-hour rescue operation, but
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