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inlet

noun [C] (MACHINE PART)
機器零件
 
 
/ˈɪn.let/ UK specialized
the part of a machine through which liquid or gas enters
(機器上液體或氣體的)入口,進口
an inlet pipe/manifold/valve
進氣管/歧管/閥
Machine parts
Translations of “inlet”
in Vietnamese vịnh, lạch…
in Spanish cala, ensenada…
in Thai ปากน้ำ…
in Malaysian serokan…
in French anse…
in German kleine Bucht…
in Indonesian teluk kecil…
in Russian узкий залив, небольшая бухта…
in Turkish koy, küçük körfez…
in Chinese (Simplified) 机器零件, (机器上液体或气体的)入口,进口…
in Polish zatoczka…
(Definition of inlet noun (MACHINE PART) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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