oxyacetylene


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ox·y·a·cet·y·lene

 (ŏk′sē-ə-sĕt′l-ĭn, -ēn′)
adj.
Of or using a mixture of acetylene and oxygen: an oxyacetylene torch.
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oxyacetylene

(ˌɒksɪəˈsɛtɪˌliːn)
n
(General Engineering)
a. a mixture of oxygen and acetylene; used in a blowpipe for cutting or welding metals at high temperatures
b. (as modifier): an oxyacetylene burner.
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ox•y•a•cet•y•lene

(ˌɒk si əˈsɛt lˌin, -ɪn)

n.
1. a mixture of oxygen and acetylene, used in a blowtorch for cutting steel plates or the like.
adj.
2. of, pertaining to, or using such a mixture.
[1905–10]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.oxyacetylene - a mixture of oxygen and acetylene; used to create high temperatures for cutting or welding metals
mixture - (chemistry) a substance consisting of two or more substances mixed together (not in fixed proportions and not with chemical bonding)
acetylene, alkyne, ethyne - a colorless flammable gas used chiefly in welding and in organic synthesis
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Translations

oxyacetylene

[ˈɒksɪəˈsetɪliːn] ADJoxiacetilénico
oxyacetylene burner or lamp or torchsoplete m oxiacetilénico
oxyacetylene weldingsoldadura f oxiacetilénica
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oxyacetylene

adj oxyacetylene burner or lamp or torchSchweißbrenner m; oxyacetylene weldingAutogenschweißen nt
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oxyacetylene

[ˌɒksɪəˈsɛtɪliːn] adj (torch, burner) → ossiacetilenico/a
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