engine
[ˈendʒɪn]
sustantivo
1. motor (m) (of car, plane, ship)
  • engine room -> sala (f) de máquinas
  • engine trouble -> avería (f) (del motor)
2. locomotora (f) (ferrocarril)
  • engine driver -> maquinista (sustantivo masculino) (británico)

engine [en-yin]
sustantivo
1. Ingenio, máquina; motor (motor); (f.c.) locomotora (locomotive).
  • To have engin -> trouble, tener problemas con el motor
  • Steam-engine -> máquina de vapor
  • Fire-engine -> bomba de incendio, aguatocha
  • Pile-engine -> martinete
2. Máquina complicada y bien acabada para hacer trabajos difíciles y superiores.
3. Mecanismo o aparato de gran tamaño, especialmetne para destruir o desagregar.
4. Instrumento, agente.
  • Condensing engine -> máquina condensadora
  • Beam-engine -> máquina de balancín
  • Expansion engine -> máquina de expansión
  • Portable engine -> locomóvil, máquina portátil
  • Rotary engine -> máquina de rotación
  • Stationary engine -> máquina fija
  • Engine builder -> maker, fabricante, constructor de máquinas
  • Engine-driver -> (Ingl.) conductor de locomotora
  • Engine-turned work -> trabajo hecho a máquina

engine [ˈendʒɪn]
noun
1 (motor) (in car, ship, plane) motor (m)
2 (Ferro) locomotora (f); máquina (f)
facing the engine de frente a la máquina; with your back to the engine de espaldas a la máquina
modifier
engine block (n) (Aut) bloque (m) del motor
engine driver (n) (Britain) [of train] maquinista (m)
engine failure (n) avería (f) del motor
engine room (n) (Náut) sala (f) de máquinas
engine shed (n) (Britain) (Ferro) cochera (f) de tren
engine trouble (n)
engine failure See culture box in entry engine.

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