electromotor definition

  • noun:
    • Any device that creates electrical energy
    • Any device that converts electricity into movement
    • A mover or exciter of electrical energy; as apparatus for producing a current of electrical energy.
    • An apparatus or device for producing movement and mechanical results because of the action of electrical energy; an electro-magnetic engine.
    • Any arrangement which gives rise to a power current, as one cellular, a voltaic battery, or a thermo-electric pile.
    • An engine in which electrical energy is employed to produce mechanical impacts. See electric device, under electric, and engine.
    • Any unit that generates electrical energy
    • Any unit that converts electricity into movement
    • A mover or exciter of electrical energy; as apparatus for creating a current of electrical energy.
    • An apparatus or device for producing motion and mechanical results by the activity of electrical energy; an electro-magnetic engine.
    • Any arrangement which gives rise to an electric powered current, as a single mobile, a voltaic battery pack, or a thermo-electric pile.
    • An engine in which electrical energy is required to produce mechanical effects. See electric machine, under electric, and engine.

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