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hydraulic meaning

[ hai'drɔ:lik ]   Pronunciation:
Synonyms of "hydraulic""hydraulic" in a sentence
MeaningMobile
  • Adjective: hydraulic  hI'drolik
    1. Moved or operated or effected by liquid (water or oil)
      "hydraulic erosion"; "hydraulic brakes" 
    2. Of or relating to the study of hydraulics
      "hydraulic engineer"

    See also: hydraulically, hydraulics, water

    Encyclopedia: Hydraulic

Examples
  • The test tube is closed at one end with a hydraulic seal.
  • Dehydration in hydraulic presses is the most general method now in use.
  • The front end is equipped with hydraulic jacks used for grade adjustment.
  • The property itself—the hydraulic conductivity—does not change.
  • The hydraulic system comprises a master cylinder and the slave cylinders.
  • The power which moves the parts of the machine comes from hydraulic motors.
  • The micromotion drive unit is a highly refined screw-driven hydraulic jack.
  • Both hydraulic presses and hammers are widely used to produce this class of forgings.
  • A spring holds the other ends in contact with the piston of a hydraulic cylinder.
  • This type of barrier is a combination of the pumping trough and the hydraulic ridge.
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