Definition of Tensioner

1. Noun. Any device that maintains or applies tension ¹



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Definition of Tensioner

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tensioner

tensiometer
tensiometers
tensiometric
tensiometries
tensiometry
tension
tension curve
tension headache
tension pneumothorax
tension suture
tension wrench
tension wrenches
tensional
tensionally
tensioned
tensioner (current term)
tensioners
tensioning
tensionless
tensions
tensities
tensity
tensive
tensome
tensomes
tensometer
tensometers
tenson
tensons
tensor

Literary usage of Tensioner

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1. Air Bag Safety: Hearing Before the Committee on Commerce, Science edited by Larry Pressler (1998)
"Do you have a pre-tensioner device in the seat belt systems of cars you sell in the United States? Answer: No. 19. Why not? ..."

2. Air Bag Safety edited by John McCain (1998)
"When American automakers sell the same vehicles they sell in this country overseas they put in the pre-tensioner. The pre- tensioner is a device that causes ..."

3. Aramid Fiber Formed of Poly-Phenylene Terephthalamide from the Netherlands ...by DIANE Publishing Company by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"In the offshore oil industry PPD-T aramid filament fiber is used in mooring lines, pennant lines, and riser tensioner cables because of its resistance to ..."

4. Technical Handbook for the Paddy Rice Postharvest Industry in Developing by James E. Wimberly (1983)
"Vertical automatic gravity belt tensioner. (below) 3.43. Rubber lagged pulley, (right) most installations. The tripper also has a locking device that keeps ..."

5. The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Register for British India and Its Dependencies (1827)
"... {tensioner, aged G]. He had been thirty- four years in Ihe King's service. Juli/ il. Mr Stephen Milton. — M ¡es Jones. IS. Mrs. Maria Wells. 17. ..."

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