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tur′bo·su′per·charged′ adj.
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(Automotive Engineering) obsolete a supercharging device for an internal-combustion engine, consisting of a turbine driven by the exhaust gases
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(ˌtɜr boʊˈsu pərˌtʃɑr dʒər)

(formerly) a turbocharger.
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nTurbolader m
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The term "turbocharger" is a shortened form of "turbosupercharger," a supercharger itself usually being a belt-, shaft- or gear-driven device performing the same task as a turbocharger: compressing air.
Turbosupercharger engineers at Gottingen, such as Ludwig Prandtl, Albert Beitz and Walter Enke, were surely intrigued by Whittle's patent.
Freeman wrote that creation of the H model entailed redesigning the aircraft forward of the firewall, with new duct work to the General Electric CH-5 turbosupercharger and modifications to associated equipment, including intercooler outlet doors.