Fuel-injection



noun
1.
the spraying of liquid fuel into the cylinders or combustion chambers of an engine.
noun
1.
a system for introducing atomized liquid fuel under pressure directly into the combustion chambers of an internal-combustion engine without the use of a carburettor

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