hydraulic ram

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hydraulic ram (plural hydraulic rams)

  1. Used other than as an idiom: see hydraulic,‎ ram.
  2. A water pump in which a flow of water is intermittently halted by a valve so that the flow is forced upward through an open pipe, usually into a reservoir.


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