diesel

(from the article `railroad`) In the first half of the 20th century, advances in railroad technology and operating practice were limited. One of the most far-reaching was the ...
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diesel

diesel engine noun an internal-combustion engine that burns heavy oil
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Diesel

[brand] Diesel S.p.A. is an Italian clothing company. It sells high-priced denim jeans and other clothing and accessories aimed at a young adult market. The company is owned by its founder Renzo Rosso, President of OTB Group, the holding group of Maison Martin Margiela, Marni, Viktor & Rolf, and is based in the former Laverda building area ...
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Diesel

[Cannabis] Diesel refers to a subset of Cannabis sativa-dominant strains. ==Subset strains== ...
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Diesel

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Diesel

[game engine] The Diesel engine is a game engine developed and used by GRIN. The engine was originally developed for their game Ballistics and has been used, albeit with modifications, in a number of other games since then. The first installment of the engine was developed in close collaboration with NVIDIA, aimed to showcase the capabiliti...
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Diesel

a light oil fuel used in diesel engines.
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Diesel

An internal combustion engine in which the air-fuel mixture is ignited by compression in the cylinder rather than by a spark. Diesel engines use diesel fuel rather than gasoline and tend to be more fuel-efficient and require less maintenance than gasoline engines, but it is more complicated to get them to run cleanly. Also used as a slang term: aft...
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diesel

an internal-combustion engine that burns heavy oil
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Diesel

Diesel is a name for boys. The name Diesel is most commonly given to American boys. Diesel is given to boys and girls in the Netherlands
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Diesel

non-volatile mineral fuel with a high flash point used in compression ignition engines, as invented by Dr Rudolf Diesel in 1895, originally running on peanut oil. The name of the inventor was then transferred by the petrochemical industry to the fossil fuel that became the substitute for the organic oils for which this form of engine was originally...
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Diesel

The name given to a compression-ignition engine after its inventor, Rudolf Diesel. In the Diesel cycle the heavy oil fuel is ignited by the heat of compression of the air in the cylinder. The chief advantages of compression-ignition engines are their lower specific fuel consumption, the use of cheaper fuel, reduced risk of fire, and the absence of ...
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