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engine /ˈendʒən, ˈendʒɪn/ noun [countable]


موتور بنزینی ، موتور احتراق داخلی ، موتور ماشین ، ماشین بخار ، موتور ، اسباب ، الت ، ذکاوت ، تدبیرکردن ، نقشه کشیدن ، علوم مهندسی: موتور غیر الکتریکی ، کامپیوتر: ماشین ، عمران: موتور ، علوم هوایی: موتور ، علوم نظامی: دستگاه مولد نیرو
الکترونیک: موتور ، ماشین ، کامپیوتر: موتور ، موتور بنزینی ، موتور احتراق داخلی ، موتور غیر الکتریکی ، علوم مهندسی: موتور ، هواپیمایی: موتور ، موتور ماشین ، دستگاه مولد نیرو ، علوم نظامی: موتور ، عمران: ماشین ، ماشین بخار، موتور، اسباب ، الت ، ذکاوت ، تدبیرکردن ، نقشه کشیدن کامپیوتر: ماشین

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

engine
[noun]
Synonyms: machine, mechanism, motor

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

engine S2 W2 /ˈendʒən, ˈendʒɪn/ noun [countable]
[Date: 1300-1400; Language: Old French; Origin: engin 'cleverness, machine', from Latin ingenium 'abilities you are born with']

1. the part of a vehicle that produces power to make it move ⇒ motor
start/switch on an engine
The engine won’t start.
stop/turn off/switch off an engine
He switched off the car’s engine and waited.
Is the engine running smoothly?
diesel/petrol etc engine
an old steam engine
We were stranded with engine trouble on a deserted highway.

2. a vehicle that pulls a railway train

3. [usually singular] formal something powerful that causes great changes in society
engine of change/growth etc
The Marshall Plan was the engine of post-war economic growth.
Rome’s deadly war engine
fire engine

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

engine
noun
I. part of a vehicle that produces power
ADJ. big, powerful | small | twin ~s a large plane with twin engines
1.4-litre, 1200cc, 20-valve, four-cylinder, two-stroke, etc. | diesel, internal-combustion, jet, outboard, petrol, piston, turbine, turbo/turbocharged | aircraft, car, rocket
VERB + ENGINE crank (up), start, switch on | cut (informal), kill (informal), switch off He pulled up under some trees and cut the engine.
rev (up), run She sat at the traffic lights revving the engine.
repair, service, tune | lubricate | fit (sth with) The new model is fitted with a more powerful engine.
ENGINE + VERB run She waited with the engine running while he bought a paper. The engine runs on unleaded petrol.
idle, tick over, turn over The engine was just ticking over.
catch, start I pressed the starter and the engine caught first time.
stop | fire The engine's firing on all four cylinders now.
break down, die, fail, misfire, overheat, seize up, stall | cough, splutter The engine coughed and died.
roar, scream The plane's engine roared as it prepared for take-off.
race, rev (up) He heard a car engine racing behind him.
power sth This model is powered by a 1.8-litre petrol engine.
ENGINE + NOUN capacity, power, speed | compartment, room the ship's engine room
component | failure, problems, trouble It looks as if we've got a spot of engine trouble.
noise
PREP. in an/the ~ You need more oil in the engine.
PHRASES the noise/roar/sound of the engine

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

engine
II. vehicle that pulls a train
ADJ. large, powerful | diesel, electric, steam | railway, tank
VERB + ENGINE build
ENGINE + VERB break down, fail The engine broke down just outside the station.
ENGINE + NOUN driver | failure | speed | shed

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

engine

switch on/turn on/start an engine
I fastened my seat belt and turned on the engine.
switch off/turn off/stop an engine
Maggie pulled over and switched off the engine.
rev (up) an engine British English, gun an engine American English (=make an engine go very fast)
As the lights turned green, Chris gunned the engine and we surged forward.
an engine runs
He parked outside the bank and kept the engine running.
an engine idles/ticks over (=runs slowly while the vehicle, machine etc is not moving)
The taxi waited at the kerb, its engine idling noisily.
an engine cuts out (=stops suddenly)
The engine keeps cutting out.
big/powerful
The newer model has a more powerful engine.
small
The engine is small, so it's quite economical to run.
a petrol/diesel engine
The van has a 2.5 litre diesel engine.
a jet engine
the plane's powerful jet engines
a car/motorbike etc engine
I heard the sound of a car engine in the distance.
engine trouble (=problems with an engine)
When the boat developed engine trouble, the crew had to abandon ship.
engine failure (=when an engine stops working suddenly)
Their aircraft suffered engine failure and crashed into the sea.
engine capacity (=an engine's size or power)
The engine capacity of motorcycles ranges from 50cc to 1800cc.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

engine
noun
BAD: I was amazed that such a small engine could hold so much information.
GOOD: I was amazed that such a small machine could hold so much information.

Usage Note:
See note at MACHINE (machine)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors


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