multibladed

multibladed

(ˌmʌltɪˈbleɪdɪd)
adj
having multiple blades
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Tom went to a jeweler in the City, and had a die made, to cast a miniature multibladed, axial-flow turbine "wheel" lapel pin.
All feature an exclusive 20-degree, double-shear blade action, and most are available with either standard two-or-three blade rotor or high-efficiency, multibladed, stagger-cut rotor.
All feature an exclusive 20-degree, double-shear blade action, and most are available with either standard two- or three- blade rotor or high-efficiency, multibladed, stagger-cut rotor.
The force required to push the multibladed fixture through the cooked samples was estimated in kilograms by measuring the area under the curve recorded on attached chart paper.
Standard two- or three-blade rotor or high-efficiency, multibladed, staggered-cut rotor.
Gillette claims the Quattro infringes its patent for multibladed razors, according to a report by Bloomberg News.
At Nuneaton police station, a total of 245 weapons were handed in, including two sci-fi multibladed weapons and eight cutthroat razors.
Wind power today is generated by turbines that use only two or three very long, sleek blades, unlike the quaint, multibladed windmills that once symbolized the West.
The mechanical vane anemometer senses the slightest airflow by virtue of a lightweight, multibladed impeller mounted on a hub containing low-friction ball bearings.
For this application a multibladed cutter is required to split what usually amounts to a fairly thick-walled pipe.
Some mowers make the cut with a multibladed reel that sheers the grass against a fixed-bed knife.
David Hellen, 29, was arrested by police holding the Star Trek bat'leth multibladed sword - the weapon used by Klingon warriors in the popular sci-fi series.