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  • noun Plural form of afterburner.

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Examples

  • More specifically, we see the front end design and hard lines of the Lamborghini Reventon fused into a shape that closely resembles that of the Pagani Zonda topped with futuristic styling elements like the dramatic rear end with the massive but weirdly enough, eye-catching jet-inspired 'afterburners' that house the tail lights.

    Carscoop

  • More specifically, we see the front end design and hard lines of the Lamborghini Reventon fused into a shape that closely resembles that of the Pagani Zonda topped with futuristic styling elements like the dramatic rear end with the massive but weirdly enough, eye-catching jet-inspired 'afterburners' that house the tail lights.

    Carscoop

  • "afterburners" attained ERP levels that would make many an AM broadcast station operator turn green with "power envy."

    TV Technology

  • "afterburners" attained ERP levels that would make many an AM broadcast station operator turn green with "power envy."

    TV Technology

  • "afterburners" attained ERP levels that would make many an AM broadcast station operator turn green with "power envy."

    TV Technology

  • Who knew Shonn Greene had those kinds of afterburners?

    Sweet, Sweet Sunday!

  • Obama came to USC this afternoon to light some afterburners under a California Democratic ticket that was already doing pretty well, and appears to have succeeded.

    William Bradley: With History Waiting At the Finish Line, Jerry Brown Heads Into the Final Curve of the Race

  • Obama came to USC this afternoon to light some afterburners under a California Democratic ticket that was already doing pretty well, and appears to have succeeded.

    William Bradley: With History Waiting At the Finish Line, Jerry Brown Heads Into the Final Curve of the Race

  • After the Celtics weathered the early game storm with a spurt of their own, they owned a 40-35 second-quarter lead when the Lakers turned on their afterburners.

    One Season

  • Shortly afterward, an F/A-18, a modern Navy jet fighter, flew low at one end of the runway, punched its afterburners and treated the crowd to a thunderous sonic boom as it passed.

    In the Navy, 100 Years of Altitude

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