What Is the Definition of Throttles?

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Throttles are valves used to regulate the flow of liquid, an example is like the valve found in internal-combustion engines, it is used to control the amount of vaporized fuel entering the engines. Throttles could also refer to the lever or pedal controlling such devices. They could also refer to the acts of choking or strangling.
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throt·tle
[throt-l]
NOUN
1.
a lever, pedal, handle, etc., for controlling or manipulating a throttle valve.
2.
3.
the throat, gullet, or windpipe, as of a horse.
VERB (USED WITH OBJECT) [THROT·TLED, THROT·TLING.]
4.
to stop the breath of by compressing the throat; strangle.
5.
to choke or suffocate in any way.
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Throttle is a device controlling the flow of fuel or power to an engine. It also means to kill or attack someone by choking or strangling. The verb for this term has a similar meaning as 'suffocate'.
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