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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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twin-enginedtwin-en‧gined /ˌtwɪn ˈendʒɪnd◂/ adjective  TTAa twin-engined aircraft has two engines
Examples from the Corpus
twin-enginedThe two twin-engined aeroplanes were trapped behind the Citation jet.A twin-engined fighter is a beast, I told Messerschmitt he should go back to the drawing board.By the end of the year he had converted to twin-engined fighters, joining 252 Squadron to fly Blenheim IVFs and Beaufighters.In 1935 Hollis Williams initiated the design of a 10-seat, twin-engined, low wing airliner, the ST-18.Now he has two air ambulances - a twin-engined plane and a helicopter.A little twin-engined plane buzzed overhead, Brian'd know what kind.
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