English version

two-stroke

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Motor vehicles, Mechanical
two-strokeˈtwo-stroke adjective 🔊 🔊 TTCTEMa two-stroke engine is one in which there is a single up-and-down movement of a piston
Examples from the Corpus
two-stroke• I wince every time I watch a two-stroke apparently trying to tear itself from the mountings.• Several versions of the two-stroke bike are likely to appear.• Ford is working on this concept as part of its two-stroke engine programme.• The office air-conditioning chugged like a two-stroke engine.• Ford went one better and put 60 two-stroke Fiestas on the roads.• But Jimenez blasted a best-of-the-week 63 for a two-stroke lead going into the final day at Crans-Sur-Sierre.• The two-stroke letter X has been chosen because it is easy to remember.• Mickelson dropped a shot, and the two-stroke swing created a three-stroke gap.
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