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turbine

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈtɜːbaɪn/ PRODUCTION
a type of machine in which a wheel is driven by the movement of liquid or gas so that power is produced: A one-megawatt turbine can produce enough electricity annually to meet the needs of 700 households. a gas/water/wind turbine
Translations of “turbine”
in Vietnamese tua bin…
in Spanish turbina…
in Thai กังหัน…
in Malaysian turbin…
in French turbine…
in German die Turbine…
in Chinese (Traditional) 渦輪機,葉輪機,透平機…
in Indonesian turbin…
in Russian турбина…
in Turkish türbin…
in Chinese (Simplified) 涡轮机,叶轮机,透平机…
in Polish turbina…
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