a component of the exhaust system consisting of a collection of tubes, usually of cast iron, that channel the exhaust gases from the cylinders of an engine to the rest of the exhaust system.
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- exhaust fan,
- exhaust stroke,
- exhaust system,
- exhaust trail,
- exhaust velocity,
- exhaust-gas recirculation
Origin of exhaust manifold
First recorded in 1915–20
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