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Trevithick

[ trev-uh-thik ]
/ ˈtrɛv ə θɪk /
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noun

Richard, 1771–1833, English engineer.

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British Dictionary definitions for Trevithick

Trevithick
/ (trəˈvɪθɪk) /

noun

Richard . 1771–1833, British engineer, who built the first steam-driven passenger carriage (1801) and the first locomotive to run on smooth wheels on smooth rails (1804)
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