motored

[ moh-terd ]
/ ˈmoʊ tərd /

adjective

having a motor or motors, especially of a specified number or type (usually used in combination): a bimotored airplane.

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Origin of motored

First recorded in 1925–30; motor + -ed3

OTHER WORDS FROM motored

mul·ti·mo·tored, adjectiveun·mo·tored, adjective

Definition for motored (2 of 2)

Origin of motor

1580–90; < Latin mōtor mover, equivalent to mō- (variant stem of movēre to move) + -tor -tor

OTHER WORDS FROM motor

mul·ti·mo·tor, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for motored

motor
/ (ˈməʊtə) /

noun

adjective

producing or causing motion
physiol
  1. of or relating to nerves or neurons that carry impulses that cause muscles to contract
  2. of or relating to movement or to muscles that induce movement

verb

Word Origin for motor

C16: from Latin mōtor a mover, from movēre to move
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Medical definitions for motored

motor
[ mōtər ]

adj.

Causing or producing motion.
Of or being nerves that carry impulses from the nerve centers to the muscles.
Involving or relating to movements of the muscles.
Of or relating to an organism's overt reaction to a stimulus.
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Scientific definitions for motored

motor
[ mōtər ]

Noun

A machine that uses energy, such as electric or chemical energy (as from burning a fuel), to produce mechanical motion. See also engine.

Adjective

Involving the muscles or the nerves that are connected to them. Compare sensory.
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