Motor - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- a nonspecific agent that imparts motion
...the device was equipped with a small electrical motor to make the gears spin...
...went shopping for a new automobile at Valley Motors...
We spent the afternoon motoring through the countryside.
The car motored slowly up the hill.
The motor runs / works.
The motor stalls.
It took a while for them to get started, but now they are really motoring.
That's a nice motor you've got, Dave.
Bertie is motoring down from London.
happiness is the aim of all men and the motor of all action
They motored to London for the theater
The motor wants a tune-up.
a license to operate a motor vehicle
The film is advanced by an electric motor.
This motor operates at a speed of 5,000 revolutions per minute.
present participle: motoring
past tense: motored
past participle: motored