propulsor

noun pro·pul·sor \ -sə(r) \

Definition of propulsor

plural -s
:one that propels or produces a propulsive force
  • use of hydrazine as a rocket propulsor

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Origin and Etymology of propulsor

Latin propulsus (past participle of propellere) + English -or


Learn More about propulsor

  1. Spanish Central: Translation of propulsor


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