One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
with object To cool (air, gas, or liquid) after its passage through a compressor or supercharger (which tends to heat it), especially if there is no further compression of it; to cause to pass through an aftercooler.
Early 20th century. From after- + cool. Compare slightly earlier aftercooler.
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