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in·ter·nal com·bus·tion

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  1. internal combustionnoun

    the combustion of fuel inside a cylinder (as in an internal-combustion engine)

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  1. Kim Frum:

    The Postal Service is fully committed to the inclusion of electric vehicles as a significant part of our delivery fleet even though the investment will cost more than an internal combustion engine vehicle. The Postal Service said, as we have stated repeatedly, we must make fiscally prudent decisions in the needed introduction of a new vehicle fleet, we will continue to look for opportunities to increase the electrification of our delivery fleet in a responsible manner, consistent with our operating strategy, the deployment of appropriate infrastructure, and our financial condition, which we expect to continue to improve as we pursue our plan.

  2. Jens Munch Holst:

    Right up until now, the company has repeatedly undermined climate action, from opposing the U.K. government’s ban on internal combustion engines by 2030 to opposing car fuel economy standards in the U.S..

  3. Steve Bouma-Prediger:

    In my college religion classes, I sometimes quote 2 Hesitations 4:3 ('There are no internal combustion engines in heaven'), i wait to see if anyone realizes that there is no such book in the Bible and therefore no such verse.

  4. Gavin Newsom:

    Every single one of these companies knows where the consumer is going and where the world is going ... the elimination of the internal combustion engine.

  5. Craig Parker:

    Africa will most likely remain as the last bastion of internal combustion engines.


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