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PWR

abbreviation for
(General Physics) pressurized-water reactor
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pwr

power.
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Noun1.PWR - a nuclear reactor that uses water as a coolant and moderator; the steam produced can drive a steam turbine
water-cooled reactor - nuclear reactor using water as a coolant
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