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generators

noun as in engine converting energy

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There are edit suites mounted on shopping carts, and portable generators to power them.

As a result, American electricity generators have latched on to cleaner-burning gas.

As the days wore on, the constant noise of aircraft, generators, and vehicles faded.

Schettino says that emergency generators could have given the ship enough power to navigate the ship after it crashed.

As each day brought fresh volunteers, working generators, and fewer problems, we were able to move on to greater challenges.

The standard tap and the first and second stand-by taps were no longer tapping power from the main generators.

“Somebody ripped out the main switches to the low-power taps from the main generators, sir,” said Mike.

Jones had been charging the acetylene generators and by some means one of them caught fire.

Naturally, since they completely lack heat generators, they cannot set things on fire.

The conditions under which the explosive copper acetylide is made in laboratories can not well occur in generators or gas holders.

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On this page you'll find 2 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to generators, such as: dynamo, and alternator.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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