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hydraulic

1. operated by pressure transmitted through a pipe by a liquid, such as water or oil
2. of, concerned with, or employing liquids in motion
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hydraulic

[hī′drȯ·lik]
(engineering)
Operated or effected by the action of water or other fluid of low viscosity.
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