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hydraulics

hydraulics

noun plural but singular in construction hy·drau·lics \hī-ˈdr-liks\

: the science that deals with ways to use liquid (such as water) when it is moving

Full Definition of HYDRAULICS

:  a branch of science that deals with practical applications (as the transmission of energy or the effects of flow) of liquid (as water) in motion

First Known Use of HYDRAULICS

1671

hydraulics

noun plural but singular in construction hy·drau·lics \hī-ˈdr-liks\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of HYDRAULICS

:  a branch of science that deals with practical applications (as the transmission of energy or the effects of flow) of liquid (as water) in motion
hy·drau·lic \-lik\ adjective

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