cubic capacity


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cubic capacity

nFassungsvermögen nt; (of engine)Hubraum m
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It is a question of cubic capacity," said he; "a man with so large a brain must have something in it.
Described as a chunky little charmer, Fiat's Cinquecento may lack cubic capacity but it more than makes up for it in spirit.
Our 4000D-X([R]) thin wall dry van was designed to offer weight reduction, increased cubic capacity, and greater productivity while providing fleets and owner operators with a durable and low maintenance alternative to standard plate trailers," said Craig Bennett, Senior Vice President Sales and Marketing, Utility Trailer Manufacturing Co.
Abarth "power-ising" involved cubic capacity downsizing and adoption of a small turbocharger so that the T-Jet engine delivers a performance equal to or better than a conventionally, aspirated 2.
Measuring 425 feet in length by 78 feet in width, Moran's newest tank barges will be configured with ten cargo compartments that provide a 100% cubic capacity of 118,836 barrels of petroleum products.
It's undoubtedly a cheeky chappy, brimming with confidence and capability, if not immense cubic capacity under the bonnet.
The engine is comparatively small in terms of cubic capacity but its design is highly efficient and power pours out very quickly and strongly.
It is, without doubt, one of the best condensed midi-MPVs on the market, pound for pound, certainly in terms of cubic capacity.
The rapid freeze unit, which has a freeze duty of between 11-17kw at -25C and a chill duty of 16kw at +2C, has an overall cubic capacity of 25.