twin-engine

[twin-en-juhn]
adjective
having two engines of equal power as prime movers: a twin-engine airplane.

Origin:
1930–35

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For longer trips he used his own twin-engine turboprop.
Practice single-engine departure procedures with twin-engine aircraft should be kept to a minimum.
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