Power-plant meaning

A complex of structures, machinery, and associated equipment for generating electric energy from another source of energy, such as nuclear reactions or a hydroelectric dam.
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All the equipment, including structural members, that constitutes a unit power source.

The power plant of a ship.

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The entire apparatus serving as the source of power for some particular operation.

The power plant of an automobile.

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A building where power, esp. electric power, is generated.
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A station built for the production of electric power; a power station.

All of this areas power comes from the nuclear power plant across the river.

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The portion of a vehicle devoted to providing energy for motion; the engine or motor.

A train without the power plant is just a bunch of metal boxes on wheels.

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