carburetter

British spelling for carburetor.

Dictionary of automotive terms. 2015.

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  • carburetter — see carburettor …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • carburetter — car·bu·ret·ter || kÉ‘rbjÉ™retÉ™/ kɑːbjÊŠretÉ™ n. carburetor …   English contemporary dictionary

  • carburetter — car·bu·ret·ter …   English syllables

  • carburetter — noun see carburetor * * * carˈburettor, carburettˈer, or US carˈburetor or carˈbureter (also / retˈər/) noun An apparatus for charging a gas with carbon compounds, esp part of an internal combustion engine in which air is mixed with volatile fuel …   Useful english dictionary

  • Amal (motorcycle) — AMAL is a British carburettor trademark. AMAL were the suppliers of carburettors to the British motorcycle industry and their products were present on the products of the largest British motorcycle manufacturers such as BSA and AMC. With the… …   Wikipedia

  • Carburetor — Bendix Technico (Stromberg) 1 barrel downdraft carburetor model BXUV 3, with nomenclature A carburetor (American spelling), carburettor, or carburetter (Commonwealth spelling) is a device that blends air and fuel for an internal combustion engine …   Wikipedia

  • Addingham — For the parish in Cumbria formerly named Addingham, see Hunsonby. Coordinates: 53°56′00″N 1°53′00″W / 53.9333°N 1.8833°W / 53.93 …   Wikipedia

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  • carburettor — also carburetter chiefly British variant of carburetor …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Napier & Son — The 1907 Napier 60 hp D. Napier Son Limited was a British engine and pre Great War (the brass era ) automobile manufacturer and one of the most important aircraft engine manufacturers in the early to mid 20th century. Their post First World… …   Wikipedia

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