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/ɪnˈtɜr nl kəmˈbʌs tʃən/
of or pertaining to an internal-combustion engine.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2014.
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Fuel-cell engines use chemical reactions to produce electricity, instead of burning fuel, as
And, as in a hybrid electric car with a petrol-powered range extender, there is an
Fifty years later, almost all were gutted by the
engine, which enabled people and jobs to move to the suburbs.
It would end the century-long reign of the
engine fuelled by petrol, ushering in the hydrogen age.
Better still, being electrically powered instead of relying on an
engine, they can be used indoors.
The vehicles are giant-tired
engines of all sizes, mainly using gasoline, are remarkably well developed in cost and in reliability.
With electrification and the development of the
engine, there were new ways to move people and goods around.
Even more startling is that many of these technologies are based on the conventional
The boost allows hybrid automakers to use a smaller, more efficient
engine without sacrificing performance.
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