mobile crane


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mobile crane

[′mō·bəl ′krān]
(mechanical engineering)
A cable-controlled crane mounted on crawlers or rubber-tired carriers.
A hydraulic-powered crane with a telescoping boom mounted on truck-type carriers or as self-propelled models.
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