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Translation of "engine" - English-Spanish dictionary

engine

noun   /ˈen·dʒɪn/
A2 the part of a vehicle that uses oil, electricity, or steam to make it move motor
(Definition of engine from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

engine

noun /ˈendʒin/
a machine in which heat or other energy is used to produce motion motor 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.
(Definition of engine from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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