Definition of Carburetors

1. Noun. (plural of carburetor) ¹



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Definition of Carburetors

1. carburetor [n] - See also: carburetor

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Carburetors

carbuncles
carbuncular
carbunculation
carbunculations
carbunculosis
carburation
carburations
carburet
carburetant
carburetants
carbureted
carbureting
carburetion
carburetions
carburetor
carburetors (current term)
carburets
carburetted
carburetted hydrogen
carburetter
carburetters
carburetting
carburettor
carburettors
carburise
carburised
carburises
carburising
carburizable
carburization

Literary usage of Carburetors

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1. The Modern Gasoline Automobile: Its Design, Construction, Operation and by Victor Wilfred Pagé (1917)
"Construction of Modern carburetors.—As the gasoline used in foreign countries is an imported product and is therefore more costly than it is in the United ..."

2. Elements of Steam and Gas Power Engineering by Andrey Abraham Potter, James Park Calderwood (1920)
"carburetors.—'Practically all modern carburetors use some form of spray ... Simple carburetors or Mixer Valves.—The simpler forms of carburetors which are ..."

3. Questions and Answers Relating to Modern Automobile Design, Construction by Victor Wilfred Pagé (1921)
"LESSON SIX TYPES OF carburetors AND THEIR ACTION Q. What are ... A. The old patterns of evaporation or surface carburetors were the simplest forms of ..."

4. Internal-combustion Engines: Their Principles and Applications to Automobile by Wallace Ludwig Lind (1920)
"It is absolutely essential for their working that the so-called automatic carburetors be heat-jacketed in some way. These carburetors are difficult to start ..."

5. The Gas-engine: A Treatise on the Internal-combustion Engine Using Gas by Frederick Remsen Hutton (1907)
"The more complicated forms of float carburetors are really all derivatives of the simple Maybach type. Some illustrative types may be useful. FIG. 62. 111. ..."

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