What does twin-engine mean?

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Adjective
  1. (of an aircraft) powered by two engines, one in each wing
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It was a twin-engine turboprop attack aircraft built for counterinsurgency work.
The intermediate size, twin-engine aircraft will be equipped with the newest airborne medical intensive care unit developed by Air Methods.
On the hardware side, making more twin-engine helicopters available would limit the risk of a copter losing juice at altitude.
Rick climbed, then circled until Scotty saw the twin-engine transport approaching.
The airport, which lost its last major airline service last year, wants to build a heliport and facilities for twin-engine aircraft.
During the 1950s and 1960s, the Soviet design bureau Yakovlev was responsible for a series of swept-wing twin-engine jet combat aircraft.

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