Wan·kel engine noun \ˈväŋ-kəl-, ˈwaŋ-\
: an internal combustion rotary engine that has a rounded triangular rotor functioning as a piston and rotating in a space in the engine and that has only two major moving parts
Origin of WANKEL ENGINE
†1988 German engineer
First Known Use: 1961
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