Definition of motor-driven in English:

motor-driven

Line breaks: motor-driven

adjective

  • Operated or controlled by a motor: motor-driven cameras a motor-driven pulley system
    More example sentences
    • Herring wanted to attempt a flight in a motordriven biplane in order to gain the prestige and honor success would bring.
    • To keep down costs, Brantely harvests the worms by hand, using a simple motor-driven grader that separates the worms and castings.
    • A French stuntman using a motor-driven parachute to glide above New York harbour crashed into the Statue of Liberty's upraised torch.

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