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Translation of "carburettor" - English-Spanish dictionary

carburettor

noun UK ( US carburetor)   /ˌkɑː.bəˈret.ər/
the part of an engine that mixes fuel and air, producing the gas that is burned to provide the power needed to operate the vehicle or machine carburador 1673
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carburettor

noun /ˈkaːbjuretə/ /ˈkaːbjuˌreitə; American ˈkaːrbəˌreitər/
a part of an internal-combustion engine in which air is mixed with fuel carburador If you pull the choke out too far, the carburettor will flood, and you will be unable to start the car.
(Definition of carburettor from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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