hydropneumatic love

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Of or pertaining to, or produced by, the action of water and air; involving the combined action of water and air or gas.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective Pertaining to, or depending upon, both liquid and gaseous substances.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adjective Operated by both fluid and air power
  • adjective Being, or pertaining to, a type of automotive suspension system based on a nitrogen springing medium.

Etymologies

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

hydro- +‎ pneumatic

Examples

  • Everyone knows about its clever "hydropneumatic" suspension, which kept the car level under all conditions, the revolutionary body construction with its bolt-on panels and headlights fitted to later models that swivelled with the steering.

    Telegraph Blogs

  • On detecting flow of water in the line the pump starts and boosts the pressure in the line downstream of the pump (as opposed to a hydropneumatic system that would pressurize the entire house plumbing system) sufficiently for the heater to operate.

    Water Heater question

  • On detecting flow of water in the line the pump starts and boosts the pressure in the line downstream of the pump (as opposed to a hydropneumatic system that would pressurize the entire house plumbing system) sufficiently for the heater to operate.

    Water Heater question

  • On detecting flow of water in the line the pump starts and boosts the pressure in the line downstream of the pump (as opposed to a hydropneumatic system that would pressurize the entire house plumbing system) sufficiently for the heater to operate.

    Water Heater question

  • On detecting flow of water in the line the pump starts and boosts the pressure in the line downstream of the pump (as opposed to a hydropneumatic system that would pressurize the entire house plumbing system) sufficiently for the heater to operate.

    Water Heater question

  • On detecting flow of water in the line the pump starts and boosts the pressure in the line downstream of the pump (as opposed to a hydropneumatic system that would pressurize the entire house plumbing system) sufficiently for the heater to operate.

    Water Heater question

  • On detecting flow of water in the line the pump starts and boosts the pressure in the line downstream of the pump (as opposed to a hydropneumatic system that would pressurize the entire house plumbing system) sufficiently for the heater to operate.

    Water Heater question

  • On detecting flow of water in the line the pump starts and boosts the pressure in the line downstream of the pump (as opposed to a hydropneumatic system that would pressurize the entire house plumbing system) sufficiently for the heater to operate.

    Water Heater question

  • On detecting flow of water in the line the pump starts and boosts the pressure in the line downstream of the pump (as opposed to a hydropneumatic system that would pressurize the entire house plumbing system) sufficiently for the heater to operate.

    Water Heater question

  • On detecting flow of water in the line the pump starts and boosts the pressure in the line downstream of the pump (as opposed to a hydropneumatic system that would pressurize the entire house plumbing system) sufficiently for the heater to operate.

    Water Heater question

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