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lubricated

1. slang Inebriated with alcohol to some degree, especially resulting in being in very good spirits. Sam just kept ordering bottles of wine, so we were both pretty lubricated by the time we finished lunch.
2. slang Facilitated to transpire or function more easily. In all my years of experience in this job, money is still the very best thing to make sure a business deal is well lubricated. We sent over our best team to make sure the merger transition would be as lubricated as possible.

lubricated

mod. alcohol intoxicated. He’s not fit to talk to until he’s lubricated a bit.
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Important note: Oil free compressors are often specified in industries requiring "technically oil free air" as there is a perceived risk with lubricated machines from bulk oil carryover should an air / oil separator fail, however it must be noted that with regular maintenance and use of genuine parts, separator failures on modern lubricated compressors are very rare indeed.
The food grade lubricated chain is available in British and American Standards, in standard lengths and special builds with extended pitch configured to customer specifications.
Figure 6 presents SEM images of the machined inside surface of drilling hole lubricated without lubricant liquid, using cutting fluids without nanoparticles and using cutting fluids with 2 vt.% and 6 vt.% nanoparticles.
Oil in operation is subjected to changing temperature, the materials of lubricated machine parts and by products of the process (Mang, Dresel 2007).
However there are opinions that, at higher temperatures, the unsaturated fatty acids can come between lubricated surfaces forming the tribo-polymeric layer which reduces the friction and wear [9].
For uncoated gears, lubricated with the GL-5 oil, maximum 12th stage was achieved without scuffing, but for the eco-oil only the 10th failure load stage was achieved.
Lehvoss later expanded the product range with its own Luvocom line of carbon-fiber-filled grades and internally lubricated materials.
But more often it comes in dribbles and spurts, as droplets of oil expelled from the tailpipes of lawn mowers and watercraft, as traces of grease washed free from hydroelectric dams or flung from lubricated train tracks, as gallons of oil trickling from cracked electrical transformers, or as fluid spurting from ruptured hydraulic lines.
This tissue constantly produces tears that have oil content to keep the tears adherent to the front part of the eye, particularly the clear part or cornea, keeping it lubricated and comfortable.
In a pilot study conducted at Indiana University, Indianapolis, four senior-level cytotechnologists were just as likely to report the presence of lubricant on smears taken using nonlubricated specula as they were on smears taken with lubricated ones, said Dr.
In a pilot study conducted at Indiana University Indianapolis, four senior-level cytotechnologists were just as likely to report the presence of lubricant on smears taken using nonlubricated specula as they were on smears taken with lubricated ones, said Dr.
The World Health Organization states: "N-9 should not be used rectally." (Further) "There is no published scientific evidence that N-9-lubricated condoms provide any additional protection against pregnancy or STIs compared with condoms lubricated with other products.
Again, keep them clean and lubricated with a slight film of synthetic oil.
The conventional ball bearing has been replaced with a permanently lubricated, maintenance free spherical roller bearing.
Bolt threads used for die assembly, in addition to these components, should be lubricated during die preparation, prior to preheating the die for coating.