Gas machine

an apparatus for carbureting air for use as illuminating gas.

See also: Gas

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The only blood gas machine in the hospital needed an hour to recalibrate after being relocated from ICU.
MULTAN -- The anesthesia gas machine at the emergency ward of the Nishtar Hospital has been out of order for the last three months, has learnt from hospital sources.
MULTAN -- The anaesthesia gas machine at the emergency ward of the Nishtar Hospital has been out of order for the last three months, according to a report by a private media outlet.
Riding his Road and Trials sponsored Gas Gas machine the Huddersfield Falcon rider was in control throughout and now leads his championship class.
They're much smaller and half the weight of a gas machine. They start up as soon as you squeeze the trigger and shut down as soon as you let go.
The oil and gas machine building and oilfield services with its significant potential for the transfer and application of modern technologies are playing an important role there.
She is the queen of his gas machine; she has his heart in a whirt.
The Springfield gas machine; illuminating industry and leisure, 1860s-1920s.
Anesthesia gas machine require high O2 flows and a lengthy time period to remove most of the vapour before the machine can be used for a patient who cannot tolerate breathing even trace amounts of volatile anesthetic vapour.
Private jetsetting makes him a one-man greenhouse gas machine.
* A tube, which is connected to an inhalant gas machine, is then placed into the animal's trachea, and the cat is anesthetized.