Carburetor meaning

kär'bə-rā'tər, -byə-
The definition of a carburetor is a device used in engines to mix air and liquid fuel.

An example of a carburetor is the part of a car that makes the explosive mixture in an internal-combustion engine.

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A small hole in the side of a bong or water pipe that is stopped with a finger and then quickly unstopped as a person is inhaling to force smoke out of the drawing end of the pipe.
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An apparatus for carbureting air or a gas; esp., a device in which air is mixed with gasoline spray to make an explosive mixture in an internal-combustion engine.
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(US) A device in an internal combustion engine where fuel is vaporized and mixed with air prior to ignition.
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A device used in internal-combustion engines to produce an explosive mixture of vaporized fuel and air.
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Origin of carburetor

From carburet