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transaxle

[ trans-ak-suhl, tranz- ]
/ trænsˈæk səl, trænz- /
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noun

a unit combining the transmission and differential of a motor vehicle and connected directly to the axles of the driving wheels.

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Origin of transaxle

First recorded in 1955–60; trans(mission) + axle
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British Dictionary definitions for transaxle

transaxle
/ (trænzˈæksəl) /

noun

a unit in a motor vehicle engine that combines the differential, transmission, and drive axle
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