turbosupercharger

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tur·bo·su·per·charg·er

 (tûr′bō-so͞o′pər-chär′jər)
tur′bo·su′per·charged′ adj.

turbosupercharger

(ˌtɜːbəʊˈsuːpəˌtʃɑːdʒə)
n
(Automotive Engineering) obsolete a supercharging device for an internal-combustion engine, consisting of a turbine driven by the exhaust gases

tur•bo•su•per•charg•er

(ˌtɜr boʊˈsu pərˌtʃɑr dʒər)

n.
(formerly) a turbocharger.
[1930–35]
Translations

turbosupercharger

nTurbolader m
References in periodicals archive ?
Mechanically driven superchargers have been compressing ambient air and feeding it to engines since at least 1885, with their exhaust gas-driven offspring, turbosuperchargers (often shortened to turbocharger or turbo), since 1905.
The plane was driven by four 2,200-horsepower Wright Cyclone 3350-23 engines with two turbosuperchargers each for high-altitude use.
The DH-4 continued in military service for many years after the war, serving in the 1920s at McCook Field, Ohio, as a flying test bed for turbosuperchargers, propellers, landing lights, engines, radiators, and armament, in addition to routing flying operations with tactical units.