skip car

skip car
an open car for charging a blast furnace. Also called skip.

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skip car,
1. a car used in iron- and steelmaking to carry coke, iron ore, and limestone on a track up an incline or ramp to be deposited into a blast furnace.
2. = skip3 (def. 1). (Cf.skip)
[< skip3]

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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