Definition of homologation in English:

homologation

noun

  • See homologate

    • ‘We began by optimising the strength of the transmission as well as that of other minor components with a view to enhancing the car's reliability, and that necessitated the homologation of certain new parts.’
    • ‘The new firm's services will include prototyping, production analysis, performance testing and vehicle homologation for particular markets.’
    • ‘‘The car is ready for homologation,’ he said, declining to name those who have expressed their interest in owning the car.’
    • ‘In the US, hang glider pilots have to pay hundreds of times more for a world record homologation than any other pilots in the world have to pay.’
    • ‘The hard work in achieving homologation is over - now our hard work of racing begins.’

Pronunciation

homologation

/həmɒləˈɡeɪʃ(ə)n/