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stationary engine

Line breaks: sta¦tion|ary en¦gine

Definition of stationary engine in English:

noun

An engine that remains in a fixed position, especially one that drives generators or other machinery in a building.
Example sentences
  • On display will be old tractors, implements, stationary engines, model steam engines, vintage motor cycles and cars, crafts and displays.
  • The event caters for anyone buying or selling vintage tractors, cars, engines, commercials, stationary engines, horse and farm machinery, memorabilia etc. and once again attracted a loyal following.
  • During Sunday's field day, the club will exhibit a host of attractions including vintage cars, trucks, machinery, stationary engines and household products from the past 70 years.

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