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Hydraulic



hy·drau·lic  (h-drôlk)
adj.
1. Of, involving, moved by, or operated by a fluid, especially water, under pressure.
2. Able to set and harden under water, as Portland cement.
3. Of or relating to hydraulics.

[Latin hydraulicus, from Greek hudraulikos, from hudraulis, water organ : hudro-, hudr-, hydro- + aulos, pipe, flute.]

hy·drauli·cal·ly adv.

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hydraulic
Adjective
operated by pressure transmitted through a pipe by a liquid, such as water or oil [Greek hudōr water + aulos pipe]
hydraulically adv

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hydraulic  (h-drôlk)
1. Operated by the pressure of water or other liquids. Hydraulic systems, such as hydraulic brakes, allow mechanical force to be transferred along curved paths (through pipes or tubes) that would be difficult for solid mechanisms, such as levers or cables, to negotiate efficiently.
2. Relating to hydraulics.
3. Capable of hardening under water, as cement.

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ThesaurusLegend:  Synonyms Related Words Antonyms
Adj.1.hydraulic - moved or operated or effected by liquid (water or oil); "hydraulic erosion"; "hydraulic brakes"

2.hydraulic - of or relating to the study of hydraulics; "hydraulic engineer"


hydraulic [haɪˈdrɔːlɪk] adjhidráulico
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hydraulic [haɪˈdrɔːlɪk] adjhydraulique
Collins French Dictionary & Grammar 5th Edition 2007 © HarperCollins Publishers 1997, 2000, 2004, 2006, 2007

hydraulic [haɪˈdrɔːlɪk] adjhydraulisch
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hydraulic [haɪˈdrɔlɪk] adjidraulico/a
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hydraulic
adj hydraulic [haiˈdroːlik]
1 worked by the pressure of water or some other liquid hydraulic brakes. hidroulies هيدرولي، مائي хидравличен hydraulický hydraulisk hydraulisch υδραυλικός hidráulico hüdrauliline هيدروليك hydraulinen hydraulique הִידרָאוּלִי द्रवचालित hidraulicki hidraulikus hidrolik vökva- idraulico 水力の 수력에 의한 hidraulinis hidraulisks hidraulik hydraulisch hydraulisk, vann- hydrauliczny hidráulico hidraulic гидравлический hydraulický hidravličen hidraulični hydraulisk ซึ่งใช้น้ำในการขับเคลื่อน hidrolik 水壓的,液壓的 гідравлічний پانی یا دیگر ما‏ئع کے دباؤ پر مبنی thuỷ lực
2 relating to hydraulics a hydraulic engineer. water-, hidroulies متعلِّق بالهَنْدَسَه المائيَّه хидравлически vodních staveb hydraulisk Wasserbau-... υδραυλικός hidráulico hüdraulika- وابسته به نیروی هیدرولیک hydraulinen hydraulique הִידרָאוּלִי हाइड्रॉलिक्स से जुड़ा hiraulicki hidraulikai; vízépítési hidrolik sem varðar (hagnÿta) vökvafræði idraulico 水力学の 수력학의 hidraulikos hidraulikas- hidraulik hydraulisch hydraulisk, vannbyggings- hydrauliczny hidráulico hidraulic относящийся к гидравлике inžinier vodných stavieb hidravlik hidraulični hydraulik- เกี่ยวข้องกับศาสตร์ว่าด้วยการไหลของของเหลว hidrolik 水力學的 гідротехнічний آب قوائی thuộc thuỷ lực
adv hyˈdraulically
hidroulies مائيّا хидравлично hydraulicky hydrauliskt hydraulisch υδραυλικά hidráulicamente hüdrauliliselt بطور هيدروليك hydraulisesti hydrauliquement בְּצוּרָה הִידרָאוּלִית द्रव चालिकी hidraulicko hidraulikusan secara hidrolik með vökvaafli; vökvafræðilega idraulicamente 水力学的に 수력으로 hidrauliškai hidrauliski secara hidraulik hydraulisch hydraulisk, med vannkraft hydraulicznie hidraulicamente hidraulic гидравлически hydraulicky hidravlično hidraulično hydrauliskt โดยใช้น้ำขับเคลื่อน hidrolik olarak 水力 гідравлічно آبی قوت سے bằng sức nước
n sg hyˈdraulicsthe study of the behaviour of moving liquids (eg of water in pipes).

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