aircraft engine

NOUN
  1. the engine that powers and aircraft
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  • More From the Air Show Norwegian Airline in $1.2 Billion Boeing Order Fuel Economy Rules Air Show The company makes aircraft engines and avionic systems, and leases and finances planes, a business that has been one of its most profitable performers during an economic downturn that has seen its broader portfolio transformed. GE Eyes Paris Windfall
  • The permits were for aircraft engines, navigation systems and training simulators or parts.
  • In addition to the familiar, lunkers engines, other large diesel aircraft engines were developed.
  • Jet aircraft engines in particular are susceptible to damage from volcanic ash. Times, Sunday Times
  • Some visiting aircraft engineers having arrived just to collect a specific part, spend hours just browsing through the stock.
  • Rocket and aircraft engineers have been testing their hardware in computer loop simulations for years.
  • I would compare it with the whine of an aircraft engine, obliterating the sounds of nature.
  • Some served as motor torpedo boat tenders, battle damage repair ships or aircraft engine repair ships.
  • Before hatching, the chicks are played recordings of a microlight aircraft engine. Times, Sunday Times
  • I lowered my window and turned off the radio to listen for any sound (to see if it was a helicopter) but I couldn't hear any ascertainable aircraft engine noise.
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