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decoke

Line breaks: de¦coke
Pronunciation: /diːˈkəʊk
 
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Definition of decoke in English:

verb

[with object] British
Remove carbon or carbonaceous material from (an internal-combustion engine).
Example sentences
  • If you see the stuff on the shelves its worth a try it decokes the engine, getting rid of the carbon deposits.
  • Buy it a new spark plug, and decoke the exhaust.
  • Power Boost cleans and decokes the engine for better performance, better acceleration, smoother running, lower emissions and improved economy.

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