See also: Impeller Impelled Impellent Imperative Imperious Impede Impel Impertinent Impetus Impetuous Impediment Impetrate Impervious Imperilment Impending Imperturbable Impeccable Impersonal Impertinence Imperiousness Imperfect Impermeable Imperceptible Impecunious Imperceptive Impeach Impecuniousness
1. Impellere (transitive) to push forcefully (transitive, literary only) to impel (to urge a person)
2. Impellere impellō, Impellere, impulī, impulsum (3.) In English: to impel, to urge on In German: antreiben, bewegen In French: mettre en mouvement See also: inpellere
Impellere, Impell, Impul, Impulsum, In, Impel, Inpellere
3. Impellere translation in Latin-English dictionary
4. [Middle English impellen, from Latin Impellere : in-, against; see in-2 + pellere, to drive; see pel- in Indo-European roots.] American Heritage® Dictionary of the
Impellen, Impellere, In, Indo
5. Early 15c., "an act of impelling, a thrust, push," from Latin impulsus "a push against, pressure, shock," figuratively "incitement, instigation," past participle of Impellere "to strike against, push against," from assimilated form of in- "into, in, on, upon" (from PIE root *en "in") + pellere "to push, drive" (from PIE root *pel- (5) "to thrust, strike, drive").
Impelling, Impulsus, Incitement, Instigation, Impellere, In, Into
6. Look up the Latin to German translation of Impellere in the PONS online dictionary
7. If something impels you to do something, it makes you feel very strongly that you must do it compel impel sb to do sth (Impellere, from pellere )
If, Impels, It, Impel, Impellere
8. (as a verb in the sense ‘give an impulse to’): the verb from Latin impuls-‘driven on’, the noun from impulsus ‘impulsion’, both from the verb Impellere, from in-‘towards’ + pellere ‘to drive’.
In, Impulse, Impuls, Impulsus, Impulsion, Impellere
9. Word Origin late Middle English (in the sense ‘propel’): from Latin Impellere, from in-‘towards’ + pellere ‘to drive’
10. Aliquem ad aliquid (so most freq.): “ ad quam quemque artem putabat esse aptum, ad eam Impellere atque hortari solebat, ” Cic
11. Alle vores Impellere er af OE kvalitet, dvs
12. Impelleren er skovlhjulet som vandpumpen roterer for at pumpe vandet rundt i motoren
13. Vandet køler motoren og det er derfor meget vigtigt at Impelleren skiftes rettidigt.
14. It finds its origins in Early 17th century (as a verb in the sense ‘give an impulse to’): the verb from Latin impuls- ‘driven on’, the noun from impulsus ‘impulsion’, both from the verb Impellere …
It, Its, In, Impulse, Impuls, Impulsus, Impulsion, Impellere
15. Impulsive (adj.) early 15c., originally in reference to medicine that reduces swelling or humors, from Medieval Latin impulsivus, from Latin impuls-, past participle stem of Impellere "strike against, push against" (see impel)
Impulsive, In, Impulsivus, Impuls, Impellere, Impel
impeller (noun) · impellers (plural noun) · impellor (noun) · impellors (plural noun)
Difference Between Propeller and Impeller
With a backward curved impeller, the air exits in a radial direction whereas with a forward curved the air exits tangentially from the circumference of the fan. A forward curved centrifugal fan is characterised by its cylindrical shape and lots of small blades on the circumference of the impeller.
An impeller is a rotating component of a centrifugal pump which transfers energy from the motor that drives the pump to the fluid being pumped by accelerating the fluid outwards from the center of rotation. The velocity achieved by the impeller transfers into pressure when the outward movement of the fluid is confined by the pump casing.
A propeller sucks and blows air horizontally to its axis of spin, and is what you will see on the appropriate type of airplane. An impeller has vanes that spin vertically compared to the incoming fluid (air or liquid), often called a centrifugal fan or pump.