rich cut

rich cut

The sudden loss of a reciprocating engine power caused by a rich mixture. It is more common during negative g maneuvers when a float-chamber carburetor tends to get flooded. See air-fuel mixture. See also rich mixture.
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It was a perfectly cooked, moist rich cut of a decent size and was set centre stage on a bed of potato puree.
The burger, topped with onions, tomato and a side of hand-cut chips, was again delicious and could easily be mistaken for a rich cut of beef - as some slaughterhouses know all too well.
NEF found that tax accountants who help the rich cut their bill were even worse value, costing us pounds 47 for every pounds 1 they create.
Fillet is a very lean, rich cut. while T-bone should have a good marbling of fat.
In May, Bob and Mindy Rich cut the ribbon to open our new non-dairy toppings and icings plant in Vietnam designed to serve our markets in Southeast Asia.