East-West engine

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Etymology[edit]

As in "east to west", this direction being conventionally crossways on a map.

Noun[edit]

East-West engine (plural East-West engines)

  1. A transverse car engine, that is, one that lies parallel to the front of the car, rather than parallel to the sides.