two-stroke engine

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Two-stroke engine.

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two-stroke engine (plural two-stroke engines)

  1. An engine in which the pistons perform two strokes per engine cycle (i.e., intake/compression and combustion/exhaust).
    Synonym: two-cycle engine

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