turbomachinery

noun
tur·​bo·​ma·​chin·​ery | \ˌtər-bō-mə-ˈshēn-rē, -ˈshē-nə-\

Definition of turbomachinery 

: machinery consisting of, incorporating, or constituting a turbine

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What is more, Baker Hughes’s particular exposure to the oil and gas business is picking up steam later in the cycle than rivals given its turbomachinery expertise. Spencer Jakab, WSJ, "GE’s New Boss Could Be Great for Baker Hughes Investors," 4 Oct. 2018 But but its equipment sales and turbomachinery businesses were down. Jordan Blum, Houston Chronicle, "Baker Hughes posts small loss," 24 Jan. 2018

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First Known Use of turbomachinery

1947, in the meaning defined above

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