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fan beltnoun [C]

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a strip of material that moves round continuously to make a fan turn and keep an engine cool
Translations of “fan belt”
in Chinese (Traditional) (帶動冷卻汽車引擎散熱器的)風扇皮帶…
in Chinese (Simplified) (带动冷却汽车引擎散热器的)风扇皮带…
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