engine block

NOUN
  1. a metal casting containing the cylinders and cooling ducts of an engine
    the engine had to be replaced because the block was cracked
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How To Use engine block In A Sentence

  • The engine block and alloy cylinder head is shared with the 1.4-litre Energy engine so the bore is identical.
  • To reduce a diesel engine's overall noise, an improved noise reduction design method for the engine block was proposed based on virtual prediction method.
  • To reduce a diesel engine's overall noise, an improved noise reduction design method for the engine block was proposed based on virtual prediction method.
  • The engine block and alloy cylinder head is shared with the 1.4-litre Energy engine so the bore is identical.
  • The impact was so intense that it cracked the engine block, ripped the seat bolts out of the floor board, caused the top of the car to cave in, and knocked both of my shoes off.
  • During very cold winters, ordinary water would freeze within the engine block and the radiator.
  • These are bolted to the engine block and sealed with the aforementioned head gasket.
  • You have to put cardboard up in the grates of your car to keep the engine block from freezing.
  • Their first few tools consisted of an engine block which was used as an anvil and some self-made hammers.
  • There was an expensive shriek of metal being crushed and the steam roller rose almost a full eight inches before the engine block shattered.
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