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twin-engined

Syllabification: twin-en·gined
(also twin-engine)

Definition of twin-engined in English:

adjective

(Chiefly of an aircraft) having two engines.
Example sentences
  • The job done by the police helicopter could be almost as well done and at considerably less cost by a specialist twin-engined aircraft such as the Cessna 337 Skymaster or the Brittan Norman Islander.
  • Another UK-based aircraft landed at 12.24 am, this time a Cessna twin-engined aircraft that visits regularly from London Biggin Hill.
  • After he managed to get their satellite phone working, they called for help and a small twin-engined aircraft arrived at the crash site to take them back to Patriot Hills.

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