shock absorber

NOUN
  1. a mechanical damper; absorbs energy of sudden impulses
    the old car needed a new set of shocks
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How To Use shock absorber In A Sentence

  • A fully independent double wishbone rear suspension incorporates a lightweight trailing arm, and positions the coil spring and shock absorber separately to minimize system intrusion into the loadspace floor. Autoblog
  • Furthermore we carry on Jhe intensity analysis of the major part of the shock absorber.
  • Kans., is known as a deathtrap for shock absorbers, while the pockmarked I-5 south of TIME.com: Top Stories
  • Powerful shock absorbers cushion our landing.
  • I often see parallels at the dragstrip: the racer with polished valve covers and bad valve springs, or the dragster with chromed parts everywhere and leaking shock absorbers.
  • The control system for the shock absorber damping regulator uses wheel acceleration sensors to monitor road conditions through vehicle movement.
  • The day there was really nothing left to say came a few years later when he sold his wedding band to buy a shock absorber for his car. GYPSY MASALA
  • Opening the U.S. market to all producers would reduce price volatility by acting as a price shock absorber, meaning that in years when domestic ethanol production is low, imports would lower the consumer cost of meeting blending mandates. Latest News from SYS-CON MEDIA
  • Install sponge as shock absorber for battery and Receiver.
  • The resilience of the U.S. economy, which rebounded from wars, terror attacks and a crash in tech stocks in the past quarter century, has been weakened in the aftermath of the housing bust, and shock absorbers that cushioned blows in the past are no longer working. Economy Losing Its Cushion
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