Examples of pressurize in a Sentence
A pump is used to pressurize the fuel.
The system that pressurizes the airplane's cabin failed to operate correctly.
Don't let them pressurize you to do anything you don't want to do.
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The fan pressurizing the planting system came to life again.
The cabins on these planes are pressurized about 2,000 feet lower than on other commercial airliners.
During ECRI Institute’s investigation into this case, injection simulations were performed, using human blood in a simulated vessel pressurized to mimic arterial pressure.
Trump has therefore resorted to pressurizing China to tighten financial restrictions on North Korea.
The Cubs have set no timetable, but everyone expects his stay here to be a brief one to clear his head and tinker with his mechanics in a non-pressurized setting.
Years ago officials considered turning the ballpark into a dome and pressurizing it to mitigate the effects of the thin air.
The average aircraft is pressurized to between 6,000 and 8,000 feet above sea level, enough to cause a little queasiness.
Robert A. Mongell, president and chief executive officer of Micro Precision Group, an Electric Boat supplier in South Windham making equipment that pressurizes ships, said hiring to add to his 70 workers is difficult.
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