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Cardan
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Cardan: Cardan joint, type of flexible double-pivoted joint that allows driving power to be carried from the engine to the wheels axes (Mechanics)
Carmaker
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Carmaker: Car manufacturer, company that manufactures automobiles and other vehicles
Carman
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Carman: A man whose employment is to drive, or to convey goods in, a car or car.
Carwash
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Carwash Place with machinery and equipment for automatically washing cars.
Catapult
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Catapult: (Mil. Antiq.) An engine somewhat resembling a massive crossbow, used by the ancient Greeks and Romans for throwing stones, arrows, spears, etc. A forked stick w
Change gear
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Change gear: A gear by means of which the speed of machinery or of a vehicle may be changed while that of the propelling engine or motor remains constant called also chan
Chassis
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Chassis mean: Framework of a car, used to mount the engine and other body parts on,
Checkstring
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Checkstring: A cord by which a person in a carriage or horse car may signal to the driver.
Chemigraphy
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Chemigraphy: Any mechanical engraving process depending upon chemical action specif., a process of zinc etching not employing photography. Chem`i*graph"ic (#), a.
Chicane
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Chicane mean : Obstacle in a motor racing track. Used to slow down the racers. The use of tricks or scams cheap somebody.
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