Recent Examples of radiator from the Web
That's because a ton of water vapor would also have risen into the stratosphere with all that soot, and that water vapor acts like a planetary radiator, emitting heat energy to space and accelerating the stratospheric cooling.
Motor Assistance Patrol workers provide drivers with various free services, including tire changes, gasoline, battery jumps and water for radiators.
The prop team even built era-appropriate radiators for the scenes in Boston, *and* created a working printing press for the famous Print Shop—which is the same set that was used for the apothecary.
In my apartment, the radiators clang and weep all winter long. Mold blossoms through the bathroom tiles.
The lower fog-light windows are a bit wider, a full-length slat has been added, and the shape of the radiator opening has been slightly altered.
However, when the laptop is docked, liquid is pumped through the heat pipe and out into the docking station, where two radiators and fans are waiting.
The cooling system will also include two-speed pumps and four radiators made of titanium tubes with aluminum fins a mere two hundredths of an inch thick.
Seven skid plates and sand shields to keep sand from clogging the radiator, transmission cooler, and turbocharger intercoolers.
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First Known Use of radiator
RADIATOR Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of radiator for English Language Learners
: a large, metal device that is next to the wall in a room and that becomes hot and provides heat for the room when hot water passes through it
: a device that is used to keep the engine of a vehicle from getting too hot
RADIATOR Defined for Kids
Definition of radiator for Students
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