Definitions for "turbo"
Any one of numerous marine gastropods of the genus Turbo or family Turbinidæ, usually having a turbinate shell, pearly on the inside, and a calcareous operculum.
Turbocharger - increases the power output of the engine
Turbos were pioneered in F1 by Renault in 1977, and lasted until 1988. The power generated by the turbine devices was extraordinary, with qualifying trim reaching outputs of over 1200 horsepower.
Turbo is the 11th album by British heavy metal band Judas Priest. The album was recorded at Compass Point Studios in Nassau, Bahamas and mixed January - February 1986 at Record Plant Studios in Los Angeles, California. First released on April 15, 1986.
Turbo is a Polish heavy metal band. It was started in January 1980 by Henryk Tomczak. Turbo is best known for Dorosłe Dzieci and Kawaleria Szatana II.
Turbo is the fifth album by the Ska/Soul band The Pietasters. It was released in 2002 (see 2002 in music).
Turbo is the name of two fictional characters in the Marvel Comics universe. One a comic book superheroine, the other a superhero. Michiko "Mickey" Musashi debuted in New Warriors #28 and her ally Michael "Mike" Jeffries in New Warriors #35.
Keywords:  jong, kook, heyday, kim, duo
Turbo (í„°ë³´) was a Korean duo popular during its heyday. There are few singers in Korea whose voice can identify a whole genre of music. Turbo has stood out of the crowded dance scene not only for its fast beats but also for the trademark high-pitched vocals of lead singer Kim Jong Kook.
a sufficient restriction in the airflow to, I think, negate most of the effect of what is down stream as far as the scavenging pulse goes
Promega Type IIe restriction enzymes provided with a Reaction Buffer containing a noncleavable affector sequence that facilitates efficient digestion of slow and resistant sites.
a highly sophisticated piece of kit which has to be precision crafted, not only to provide controlled amounts of boost pressure but also so they can withstand the incredible speeds, temperatures and pressures at which they operate
The ability to speed up for a short stretch, this is common in racing games. In some games, it's known as “nitro”.
Refers to a speed mode for CPU= s as well as hard drive access speed. A 66MHz CPU is only 8MHz when the turbo function is turned off. This is normally done from a button switch on the front of the computer. Also, IDE hard drives can transfer data in three different speed modes: normal, fast and turbo. With turbo being the fastest. This speed selection can sometimes be accomplished by software settings and sometimes by jumper settings on the disk controller card.
Keywords:  sliver, sock, loft, tow, randomly
A process in which large bundles of continuous filament fibers, called tow are stretched randomly, broken and drafted into sliver form. This sliver, with high shrinkage potential, is blended (or combined) with sliver having low shrinkage potential. After spinning this blend into yarn, the yarn is subjected to steam, and the resultant strains force the low shrinkage fibers to yarn surface as loops. This produces a yarn (and sock) with high bulk, softness and loft.
a mechanical piece and it is for the most part very reliable - but things happen when pushed to high performance levels in the cars like ours
an ingenious little design that harnesses the wasted
an upgrade you do after all the "little" things
Keywords:  beast, completely, different
a completely different beast
This is any tournament in which the blinds increase more rapidly than normal. Typically the blinds will increase every 3 minutes in a Turbo tournament. The Mini Daily is a turbo tournament.
The head Guardian, also called Prime Guardian. Leader of the Guardian collective. RB: 2
Keywords:  feedback, positive, device, simple
a positive-feedback device
a very simple device
Keywords:  gun, trigger, fires, pull, per
A gun that fires 1.5 balls per trigger pull.
Keywords:  poker, minimal, decisions, play, form
A form of poker play with minimal time to make decisions.
a very, very sensitive and expensive item that operates at high temperatures