Spark coil
Spark coil Spark coil (Elec.) (a) An induction coil used for producing sparks, esp. in an internal-combustion engine, wireless telegraph apparatus, etc. (b) A self-induction coil used to increase the spark in an electric gas-lighting apparatus. [Webster 1913 Suppl.]

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  • spark coil — coil of wire around iron that is used to create sparks …   English contemporary dictionary

  • spark coil — /ˈspak kɔɪl/ (say spahk koyl) noun an induction coil for producing the spark in an internal combustion engine …   Australian English dictionary

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