motor drive

noun
a mechanical system, including an electric motor, used to operate a machine or machines.

Origin:
1905–10

motor-driven [moh-ter-driv-uhn] , adjective
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motor drive
 
n
photog Compare autowinder a battery-operated motorized system to give fast film advance between exposures

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In my house, they also keep a variety of motor-driven trains moving and a couple of little boys happy.
In many developing countries, industrial motor-driven systems are a large part of the electrical load.
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