Gasoline engine
Gasoline engine Gas"o*line en"gine, or Gasolene engine Gas"o*lene en"gine . (Mach.) A kind of internal-combustion engine; -- in British countries called usually {petrol engine}. [Webster 1913 Suppl.]

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