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noun

injection of fuel into an internal-combustion engine without an air blast.

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solid injection

noun

injection of fuel directly into the cylinder of an internal-combustion engine without the assistance of an air blast to atomize the fuelAlso called (in a petrol engine): direct injection Compare blast injection
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