Definition of twin-cam in English:

twin-cam

Syllabification: twin-cam
Pronunciation: /ˈtwinˌkam/

adjective

Denoting an engine having two camshafts.
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  • Beneath the special paint, by the way, there is a 225-hp, 1.8-liter, five-valve turbocharged twin-cam engine; a six-speed manual gearbox, and quattro permanent all-wheel-drive.
  • Because of the sheer size and the monstrous 1 ½ ton bulk, the poor old 2 litre twin-cam engine is completely out of its depth.
  • It's the same straight six, twin-cam motor that brought Jaguar five of its seven Le Mans wins and was in production from 1948 to 1985.

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