Motive-power



noun
1.
any power used to impart motion; any source of mechanical energy.
2.
Railroads. locomotives or other vehicles that supply tractive power.
noun
1.
any source of energy used to produce motion
2.
the means of supplying power to an engine, vehicle, etc
3.
any driving force

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