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Drag: The act of dragging anything which is dragged. A net, or an apparatus, to be drawn along the bottom under water, as in fishing, searching for drowned persons, etc.
Draught
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Draught: To draw out to call forth. See Draft. Addison. To diminish or exhaust by drawing. [R.] The Parliament so often draughted and drained. Sir W. Scott. To draw in ou
Drive train
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Drive train: Parts of a vehicle that connect the engine with the driving axles (also driveline)
Driving belt
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Driving belt: Belt that transfers motion from an engine to the machinery
Dump
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Dump: A car or boat for dumping refuse, etc. A ground or place for dumping ashes, refuse, etc. That which is dumped. (Mining) A pile of ore or rock.
Dw
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Dw: Heavy burden weight of a railroad car without cargo heavy motionless weight
Dynamo
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Dynamo: Pertaining to the development of electricity, especially electrical currents, by power producing electricity or electrical currents by mechanical power.
Dynamometric
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Dynamometric: Of or pertaining to dynamometry, of or pertaining to the measurement of mechanical force or power
Eggshell
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Eggshell: Hard covering of a birds egg. Paint: having a very slight sheen "shines with reflected light".
Electric trolley
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Electric trolley: Streetcar propelled by electric current, electric tramway
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