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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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compressorcom‧pres‧sor /kəmˈpresə $ -ər/ noun [countable]  Ta machine or part of a machine that compresses air or gas
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compressorAnd a compressor really can make all the difference.Arce advises car owners to wait until something major, such as a compressor, breaks before changing to R-134a.It was then that a friend who was also a water-power enthusiast suggested a compressor.Workers in surgical masks are running a hydraulic compressor and tractor-trailer drivers are warming up their big rigs.I would be most grateful if you could recommend and advise me on the aforementioned, plus compressors.Next, the compressor in the outdoor unit compresses the gas into a hot high-pressure state.Below a given voltage, the compressor in a refrigerator burns itself out.
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