Definition of 'carburettor'
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`Will one of you hold the torch while I have to look at the carburettor ? GOODBYE CURATE (2002)A fat guy was doing something fiddly with the valves and jets of a carburettor. BLOOD IS DIRT (2002)
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Translations for 'carburettor'
British English: carburettor /ˌkɑːbjʊˈrɛtə; ˈkɑːbjʊˌrɛtə; -bə-/ NOUN
A carburettor is the part of an engine, usually in a car, in which air and petrol are mixed together to form a vapour which can be burned.
- American English: carburetor
- Arabic: كَارْبُراتير
- Brazilian Portuguese: carburador
- Chinese: 汽化器
- Croatian: rasplinjač
- Czech: karburátor
- Danish: karburator
- Dutch: carburateur
- European Spanish: carburador
- Finnish: kaasutin
- French: carburateur
- German: Vergaser
- Greek: καρμπιρατέρ
- Italian: carburatore
- Japanese: キャブレター
- Korean: 기화기
- Norwegian: forgasser
- Polish: gaźnik
- European Portuguese: carburador
- Romanian: carburator
- Russian: карбюратор
- Spanish: carburador
- Swedish: förgasare
- Thai: ตัวดูดอากาศเข้าลูกสูบ
- Turkish: karbüratör
- Ukrainian: карбюратор
- Vietnamese: bộ chế hòa khí
Definition of carburettor from the Collins English Dictionary
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