Fuel

  • 1 fuel — fuel …

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  • 2 fuel — [ fjul ] n. m. • 1944; fuel oil 1921; mot angl. « huile combustible » ♦ Anglic. Mazout. ⇒ fioul. ● fuel ou fuel oil nom masculin (anglais fuel, combustible, et oil, huile) Combustible liquide, brun foncé ou noir, plus ou moins visqueux, provenant …

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  • 3 Fuel — Fu el, n. [OF. fouail, fuail, or fouaille, fuaille, LL. focalium, focale, fr. L. focus hearth, fireplace, in LL., fire. See {Focus}.] [Formerly written also {fewel.}] 1. Any matter used to produce heat by burning; that which feeds fire;… …

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  • 4 Fuel — Fu el, v. t. 1. To feed with fuel. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] Never, alas I the dreadful name, That fuels the infernal flame. Cowley. [1913 Webster] 2. To store or furnish with fuel or firing. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] Well watered and well fueled. Sir H …

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  • 5 Fuel — (englisch für Treibstoff) bezeichnet: Fuel (Computerspiel), ein Computerspiel Fuel (Band), eine US amerikanische Band ein Lied von Metallica auf dem Album ReLoad (Metallica) ein Album von Raised Fist …

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  • 6 Fuel — Fuel: Fuel (песня)  сингл американской рок группы Metallica. Fuel (игра)  видеоигра в жанре автомобильных гонок …

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  • 7 fuel — s. m. 1. Combustível líquido marrom escuro ou preto, mais ou menos viscoso, proveniente da destilação do petróleo bruto. 2. fuel doméstico: gasóleo de aquecimento, de cor vermelha para se distinguir do carburante. = MAZUTE • Sinônimo geral: FUEL… …

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  • 8 fuel — o fuel oil (del inglés) sustantivo masculino 1. (no contable) Combustible que procede del refinado y destilación del petróleo: El fuel se utiliza, sobre todo, como combustible para la cale facción …

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  • 9 fuel — [fyo͞o′əl, fyo͞ol] n. [ME fewell < OFr fouaille < ML fuale, focale < foca, hearth, for L focus, fireplace: see FOCUS] 1. any material, as coal, oil, gas, wood, etc., burned to supply heat or power 2. fissile material from which nuclear… …

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  • 10 fuel up — [phrasal verb] : to put fuel into a car, airplane, etc. They fueled up for their long journey home. • • • Main Entry: ↑fuel …

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  • 11 fuel — [n] something providing energy ammunition, combustible, electricity, encouragement, food, gas, incitement, juice, material, means, nourishment, propellant, provocation; concepts 467,520,523,661 fuel [v] give energy to charge, fan, feed, fill ‘er… …

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  • 12 fuel — (Del ingl. fuel, sustancia combustible). m. Fracción del petróleo natural, obtenida por refinación y destilación, que se destina a la calefacción …

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  • 13 fuel — ► NOUN 1) material such as coal, gas, or oil that is burned to produce heat or power. 2) food, drink, or drugs as a source of energy. 3) something that acts to inflame argument or intense emotion. ► VERB (fuelled, fuelling; US fueled, fueling …

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  • 14 fuel — (n.) early 14c., from O.Fr. foaile bundle of firewood, from V.L. legal term *focalia right to demand material for making fire, neuter plural of L. focalis pertaining to a hearth, from focus hearth (see FOCUS (Cf. focus)). Figurative use from… …

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  • 15 fuel — verb has inflected forms fuelled, fuelling in BrE and fueled, fueling in AmE …

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  • 16 Fuel — For other uses, see Fuel (disambiguation). Wood was one of the first fuels used by humans and is still the primary energy source in much of the world.[citation needed] Fuel is any material that stores …

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  • 17 fuel — I UK [ˈfjuːəl] / US [ˈfjuəl] noun Word forms fuel : singular fuel plural fuels *** 1) [countable/uncountable] a substance such as oil, gas, coal, or wood that produces heat or power when it is burned. Coal and wood are sometimes called solid fuel …

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  • 18 fuel — fu|el1 [ fjuəl ] noun *** 1. ) count or uncount a substance such as oil, gas, coal, or wood that produces heat or power when it is burned. Coal and wood are sometimes called solid fuel: Drivers are being encouraged to save fuel. a shortage of… …

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  • 19 fuel — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Combustible material Nouns 1. fuel, firing, combustible; inflammable, burnable; ignite; fossil fuel; solar, nuclear, etc. energy. See heat, power. 2. peat, turf; [bituminous, soft, anthracite, hard,… …

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  • 20 fuel — A combustible material used to produce energy. One of the essential factors in a combustion engine (Fuel, Air, Proper proportion of mixture, compression, timing, spark). Also see air fuel ratio aviation fuel deceleration fuel cut off diesel fuel… …

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