Internal-combustion-engine Definition

ĭn-tûrnəl-kəm-bŭschən
noun
An engine, as in an automobile, motorboat, or lawn mower, that obtains its power from heat and pressure produced by the combustion of a fuel-and-air mixture inside one or more closed chambers or cylinders.
Webster's New World
Synonyms:
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Other Word Forms of Internal-combustion-engine

Noun

Singular:
internal-combustion-engine
Plural:
internal-combustion-engines
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