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Synonyms for pump

supply

interrogate

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Synonyms for pump

to remove (a liquid) by a steady, gradual process

Synonyms for pump

a low-cut shoe without fastenings

operate like a pump

deliver forth

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draw or pour with a pump

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supply in great quantities

flow intermittently

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move up and down

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raise (gases or fluids) with a pump

question persistently

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On the contrary, the electric pump which is driven directly by its motor so these seals could be eliminated.
The fuel pumps aftermarket has experienced a shift in demand from mechanical pumps to electric pumps since the 1970s.
Once opened out, just flick the electric pump switch, which does all the work.
Police officers disturbed the thieves using an electric pump and hose to syphon off diesel stored for emergency generators at St Tydfil's Hospital, Merthyr Tydfil, last night.
They also were not easily adaptable to an existing 6" well casing that would already have an electric pump installed in the well.
He offered to blow her tyre up for her with his electric pump and asked her to sit in the car with her foot on the brake while he did so.
Consequently, the electric pump is used to pump oil through the transmission's torque converter.
MANN+HUMMEL noted that measurements on test rigs and vehicles have shown that a secondary air charger, when used as a turbocharger, provides "a higher flow rate than an electric pump, particularly at higher counter-pressures.
They added that he has to be fed liquids through a tube powered by an electric pump, and communicates by pointing to letters on a piece of paper to spell words.
Graco created a proportioner with a compact and functional design with a smooth, consistent electric pump that keeps pressures within 50 psi.
An electric pump, equipped with a solenoid valve, provides directional control for hydraulic cylinders.
The 63-year-old retired clinical psychologist (right) from Edgbaston, Birmingham, was fitted with a thumb-sized electric pump placed next to his heart and the wire threaded up from his chest to a power socket fitted into his skull.
The unit measures combustible gas, oxygen, carbon monoxide and hydrogen sulfide, and has an internal electric pump.
Now he has an electric pump fitted with a mask which forces air into his nostrils regulating his respiration.
She is casual about her dual role as mother and nurse, yet it is still unsettling when she flips on a little electric pump - dug out from a pile of toys - sticks a catheter through the tracheotomy tube in Jimmy's throat and then suctions out the excess mucus.
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