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 Translation for 'switch engine' from English to Russian
NOUN   a switch engine | switch engines
SYNO donkey engine | switch engine
жд
маневровый локомотив {м}
switch engine [Am.]
Partial Matches
включить [сов.]to switch on
включать [несов.]to switch on
выключатель {м}light switch
выключать [несов.] [напр., электроприбор]to switch off
выключать светto switch off the light
авто.
двигатель {м}
engine
2
косм.
маршевый двигатель {м}
main engine
морс.
машинное отделение {с}
engine room
тех.
паровая машина {ж}
steam engine [stationary]
тех.
двигатель {м} внутреннего сгорания <ДВС>
internal combustion engine <ICE>
косм.
двигатели системы ориентации и обеспечения запуска
attitude control and main engine ignition thrusters
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Usage Examples English
  • A further array-based switch engine uses an array of individual reflective MEMS mirrors to perform the necessary beam steering (Figure 5 "(to be uploaded)".
  • Even though George was permitted to visit his family once a month in Sacramento, in November 1897, George's eldest son was run over by a switch engine in the railyard while on his way to the store running a morning errand.
  • The Boca Express Train Museum also includes a 1946 Atlantic Coast Line caboose and a 1930 Baldwin steam switch engine.
  • The express train 632 from Flensburg to Düsseldorf collided with a switch engine, which was waiting on the track and derailed.
  • The railroad currently operates an EMD SW series switch engine.

  • This led RGM to switch engine suppliers and lease from Dale Earnhardt, Inc.
  • In the United States, the 0-6-4 locomotive was largely built only for use in railyards, essentially as an adaptation of an 0-6-0 switch engine with an extended firebox, or a 4-6-0 reconstructed with a larger firebox which necessitated the relocation of the leading wheels to the rear to support the firebox.
  • While collecting tickets, the conductor mistook the sound of a passing switch engine with empty passenger cars as No.
  • The locomotive's carbody lacked the full-length walkways of a true switch engine (a mistake not repeated on the subsequent "GP" series of diesels or other road switchers), making it difficult for the brakeman or switchman to move from one point on the locomotive to another during switching operations.
  • The first two create a single "block-laying switch engine": a configuration that leaves behind two-by-two still life blocks as it translates itself across the game's universe.

  • Williams's champion streak was ended by Benetton, who elected to switch engine suppliers from Ford to Renault, the same as Williams.
  • The Seaboard System and CSX Transportation operated the branch on an as needed basis with a switch engine stationed at Abbeville to work the Stone Container Corp woodchip mill there.
  • Buckingham even had its own switch engine to move railcars round The switch engine was powerful enough to move passenger cars with new students or freight cars filled with supplies from the depot to the base.
  • 315 spent several periods in the Alamosa shops during the early 1940s, notably with a broken main rod and then later for flue work and to replace its pilot with a switch engine pilot where it was assigned to yard switching duties at Durango, Colorado.
  • A switcher may also be called a yard pilot, switch engine, yard goat, or shifter.

  • In June 1937, the Pennsy acquired its first diesel locomotive: a 600-hp diesel-electric switch engine from Electro-Motive Corporation (EMC), a predecessor of General Motors Electro-Motive Division (EMD).
  • 5G “Smart Package” is an equipment package keyless entry, engine start/stop switch, engine immobilizer.
  • Left inside was the work train, complete with a 4-4-0 steam locomotive (C&O switch engine no. ...
  • 244, a Class S1 switch engine erected by the Norfolk & Western's Roanoke Shops in December 1953.
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