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drive·line

 (drīv′līn′)

driveline

(ˈdraɪvlaɪn)
n
(Automotive Engineering) another word for drivetrain

drive•line

(ˈdraɪvˌlaɪn)

n.
the components of the power train of an automotive vehicle that are between the transmission and the differential, and generally consist of the drive shaft and universal joint. Compare drive train.
[1945–50]
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