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engine

noun /ˈendʒin/
a machine in which heat or other energy is used to produce motion The car has a new engine. a railway/railroad locomotive
máquina, locomotora
He likes to sit in a seat facing the engine.
engine driver noun a person who drives a railway engine.
maquinista
engineer noun a person who designs, makes, or works with, machinery
ingeniero técnico
an electrical engineer.
(usually civil engineer) a person who designs, constructs, or maintains roads, railways/railroads, bridges, sewers etc.
ingeniero civil
an officer who manages a ship’s engines.
ingeniero naval
(American) an engine driver.
maquinista
engineering noun the art or profession of an engineer
ingeniería
He is studying engineering at university.
Translations of “engine”
in Korean 엔진…
in Arabic مُحَرِّك…
in French moteur, locomotive…
in Italian motore (di veicolo)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 引擎, 發動機, 機車,火車頭…
in Russian двигатель, паровоз, локомотив…
in Turkish motor, lokomotif…
in Polish silnik, lokomotywa…
in Portuguese motor…
in German der Motor, die Lokomotive…
in Catalan motor…
in Japanese エンジン…
in Chinese (Simplified) 发动机, 引擎, 机车,火车头…
(Definition of engine from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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