exhaust fumes


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Noun1.exhaust fumes - gases ejected from an engine as waste productsexhaust fumes - gases ejected from an engine as waste products
waste, waste material, waste matter, waste product - any materials unused and rejected as worthless or unwanted; "they collect the waste once a week"; "much of the waste material is carried off in the sewers"
gas - a fluid in the gaseous state having neither independent shape nor volume and being able to expand indefinitely
Translations
výfukové plyny
udstødningsgas
pakokaasu
ispušni dimovi
排気ガス
배기 가스
avgaser
ควันจากท่อไอเสีย
khói từ ống xả

exhaust fumes

plAuspuffgase pl, → Abgase pl

exhaust fumes

nplgas m inv di scarico

exhaust fumes

دُخَانُ العادِم výfukové plyny udstødningsgas Auspuffgase καυσαέρια gases de combustión, gases del tubo de escape pakokaasu gaz d’échappement ispušni dimovi gas di scarico 排気ガス 배기 가스 uitlaatgas eksosgasser spaliny gás do escapamento, gases de escape выхлопные газы avgaser ควันจากท่อไอเสีย egzoz gazı khói từ ống xả 尾气
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The group of women all developed a cancer believed to have been caused by exhaust fumes in what researchers have branded a 'new occupational disease'.
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Levels of NO2 - largely from car exhaust fumes - peaked at 102 microgrammes per cubic metre of air as 16 UK towns and cities, including Glasgow, exceeded the limit of 40.
German automakers including Volkswagen, Daimler (DDAIF) and BMW (BMWYY) funded the European Research Group on Environments and Health in the Transport Sector, which was dissolved last year, and commissioned tests which were designed to defend diesel following reports that its exhaust fumes were carcinogenic.
Catalytic converters need heat to help them clean exhaust fumes, but efficient modern engines don't produce as much of it.
It is common knowledge that the less exhaust fumes your car produces the better.
However in the last 200 years the human race has increasingly poured into it a variety of gases, including smoke from industry and exhaust fumes from various forms of transport.
Nitrogen dioxide is mostly found in exhaust fumes from car engines.
They spend most of the day confined within booths, impacted by exhaust fumes and particulate matter, thereby running the risk of acquiring lung cancer and other chronic respiratory illnesses," she said.
The agency has received several complaints of exhaust fumes entering the cabin.
Research in the 1970s by Martin Karplus, Michael Levitt and Arieh Warshel has led to programs that unveil chemical processes such as how exhaust fumes are purified or how photosynthesis takes place in green leaves, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said.