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power-driven

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Definition of power-driven in English:

adjective

Operated or controlled by mechanical or electrical energy as distinct from manual labour: tractors and other power-driven machinery a power-driven saw
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  • They depended on imported, mature deep-rock mining technology with its reliance on mechanical hoists, railroad transportation, and powerdriven mills.
  • The firm's rapid growth was helped by new technology; notably power-driven lithographic presses and the machine colouring of maps.
  • A power-driven pontoon will carry visitors and their vehicles across the Orange River near the park's western extremity.

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