Noun(1) a wheeled vehicle consisting of a self-propelled engine that is used to draw trains along railway tracks
Adjective(1) of or relating to locomotion
(1) Thus substantial space is devoted, for example, to railroads in the Civil War and to the development of locomotive power in the era from 1865 to 1900.(2) That steam locomotive technology had climaxed at about the time the Depression started is is evidenced in the requirements for a college degree in mechanical engineering.(3) It seems that Bradford was at the cutting edge of locomotive technology in those experimental years before the First World War and would be a very interesting story.(4) Enunciating clearly made her lose her train of thought, and if you can't have a locomotive discussion, she thought guiltily, what's the point?(5) The world's most famous steam locomotive is symbolic of British industry, innovation and engineering.(6) Christmas is heading this way like a speeding locomotive .(7) As the rocket scientists watched it boing away easily across the uneven, rugged terrain, they realized that an inflatable ball was a superb locomotive design.(8) It would be more than five years later, after the ├ö├ç├┐Tom Thumb├ö├ç├û experiments, that steam locomotive technology would secure the company's success.(9) The first electric locomotive was demonstrated in Berlin in 1879.(10) The railway locomotive and the large steam-powered factory were the most spectacular products of the steam age.(11) You must avoid the attack by using the speed of locomotive power.(12) With the growth in the economy, the locomotive capacity has to be increased.(13) He does some other weird stuff then like knock people over using chi, and pull a railway locomotive along by cables attached to huge piercings right through his biceps, insane but not as miraculous as the electrical stuff.(14) Guests and passengers were treated to a trip along the five-mile line pulled by the historic locomotive .(15) Without knowing the total amount of power being expended to accelerate both the locomotive and train, a reasonable estimate of locomotive power cannot be obtained.(16) They manned mighty tractors, equal to compound locomotive power and had the lands deeply plowed├ö├ç┬¬ Crop failures were no more.
(1) steam locomotive :: 蒸気機関車
1. locomotor ::
2. engine ::
3. locomotive engine ::
Different Formslocomotive, locomotives
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