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English definition of “turbine”

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
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