- noting an internal-combustion engine having two opposed banks of four cylinders, each inclined so that the axes of the cylinders form a V-shaped angle as seen from the end of the engine.
- such an engine.
Origin of V-eight
First recorded in 1945–50
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- a car or internal-combustion engine having eight cylinders arranged in the form of a V
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