Definition of Lubrication The application of a substance (a lubricant), between moving surfaces in contact in order to reduce friction and minimize heating.
How to use Lubrication in Sentence?
- 1. If possible, lubrication by oil should be substituted by grease lubrication through screw caps. 🔊
- 2. There are many journals to be looked after, but in the most approved systems their lubrication is effected automatically. 🔊
- 3. A good style will have the sheen communicated by lubrication from within, not the gloss of outward rubbing. 🔊
- 4. The British held, quite correctly, that they needed all the oil they could get for food and lubrication and nitroglycerin. 🔊
- 5. Those whose hair is glossy and shining need nothing to render it so; but when the hair is harsh, poor and dry, artificial lubrication is necessary. 🔊
- 6. One would have expected from the attention which is being given to machinery for rubber estates that some improvement in lubrication methods would have been devised. 🔊
- 7. An old man in his shirt-sleeves was digging in a prospective vegetable patch with much lubrication of the horny hands of toil, in which he grasped a potato fork. 🔊
- 8. It is probable, however, that a great deal of the disabilities attaching to present methods of lubrication might be obviated if closer attention were given to the actual operation of the lubricators. 🔊