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fan belt

n.
A taut rubber belt that transfers torque from the crankshaft to the shaft of the cooling fan on an engine.

fan belt

n
(Automotive Engineering) any belt that drives a fan, esp the belt that drives a cooling fan together with a dynamo or alternator in a car engine

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n.
(in automotive vehicles) a belt that turns a fan for drawing cooling air through the radiator.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.fan belt - a belt driven by the crankshaft that drives a fan that pulls air through the radiatorfan belt - a belt driven by the crankshaft that drives a fan that pulls air through the radiator
belt - endless loop of flexible material between two rotating shafts or pulleys
cooling system, engine cooling system - equipment in a motor vehicle that cools the engine
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Police said, Mohammad Arif installed machinery for making fan belts in his house when a cylinder laid in the house exploded, causing collapse to roof and walls of the house.
Continuous knocking and axle whine And steering wheel with slack and play Fan belts stretched up to the line Along with seats that showed decay Ten thousand quid spent in a trance Oh how the dealer must have danced.
Under the programme, the firm is making over 400 frequently changed spare parts such as fan belts, oil filters and wipers along with 30 accessories, available online.
Hunting for fan belts in the weirdly retro town of Ambrose, ambitious Carly (``24's'' Elisha Cuthbert) and her nosy boyfriend Wade (``Gilmore Girls' '' Jared Padalecki) discover an apparently shuttered wax museum and a prickly but somewhat helpful resident, Bo (Brian Van Holt).
The Model 900 is said to be ideal for observing slight temperature changes on rapidly moving targets, such as transmissions, fan belts, tires, engines, turbines, wheels and areas where rapid sensing response is required in the semiconductor, plastic and metal industries.
I am old enough to remember petrol stations as places where you bought engine oil instead of suntan oil, headlight bulbs instead of daffodil bulbs and fan belts instead of fanzines.