American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- v. To cool (an engine, for example) by a flow of air.
- v. To air-condition.
- v. equip with an apparatus for controlling the humidity and temperature
“I figured the only thing I could do was to hope the fans would air-cool the engine enough to let the car keep on operating.”
“It would probably run faster, but I don't feel comfortable running a core beyond 70C and don't want to mess with water cooling or the fans necessary to air-cool.”
“Presented in a stylish diamond black case, the thin and light Aspire 1410 also features a full-size keyboard and Acer's ComfyTouch technology, which uses an innovative Laminar Wall Jet Engine design to air-cool the processor and notebook case.”
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