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I listen to it all the time on the turbo trainer and when I’m out running.Pandemic playlists: Songs (and podcasts) that got us through coronavirus lockdown|Seb Joseph|July 26, 2021|Digiday
There is a turbo button, but using it will eat up battery power.Best electric lawn mower: Give up the gas for one of these powerful trimmers|Irena Collaku|July 25, 2021|Popular-Science
The cordless blower has a battery life approaching half an hour without using turbo mode.
One of the secret weapons of this Völkl ski is an internal Titanal frame—the same as the Mantra 102—that runs the perimeter of the ski, fortifying edge grip and strengthening flex to add turbo to your turns the more you hit the gas.
So, for example, if the vacuum has a turbo mode, you won’t get as many minutes out of it.Best cordless vacuum: Suck up debris without getting yourself tangled|Charlotte Marcus|January 19, 2021|Popular-Science
As grown-ups without turbo-charged explosive arrows, we can only change the rules through politics.
Netflix releasing first five episodes of Dreamworks Animation collab Turbo FAST on Christmas Eve.Vin Diesel Pays Tribute to Paul Walker, The Kardashians’ Christmas Card Cost $250K|Culture Team|December 3, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The Canadian-built Bombardier Q400 turbo-prop had an automatic stall-protection system.
By the time he had dragged himself down to the street level a turbo-truck had slammed to a stop in front of the loading platform.Deathworld|Harry Harrison
Another tank is blown out and the turbo-fan set in motion till the tanks are soon quite empty.The Voyage of the Deutschland |Paul Knig
The large tropical shells named Turbo have massive lids of considerable weight.Stories of the Universe: Animal Life|B. Lindsay
A genus of small fossil shells, described as resembling Turbo, but with the aperture more like that of Melania.A Conchological Manual|George Brettingham Sowerby
The turbo-generator should be lubricated by a small amount of black or engine oil, placed in the cup on the turbine or steam end.The Traveling Engineers' Association|Anonymous