1. a substance that can be consumed to produce energy;
1. provide with a combustible substance that provides emergy;
2. provide with fuel;
3. take in fuel, as of a ship;
A new method of fuel injection was developed during the war.
There is a severe shortage of fuel.
We must economize on fuel.
I haven't noticed any significant reduction in the performance of my car since switching to unleaded fuel.
The fuel gauges dropped swiftly.
The intake of gasoline was stopped by a clogged fuel line.
Heavy storms worsened the fuel shortage.
They still cut turf here for fuel.
This method has the advantage of saving a lot of fuel.
My new car is economical of fuel.
Many small plants in that country closed down for lack of fuel.
Coke is used as fuel and in making steel.
I don't think we can stretch out the fuel to the end of this week, so you'd better go and get some more.
The wood must be split up for fuel.
That was adding fuel to the fire.
We can make big savings on fuel through greater efficiency.
A new tax was imposed on fuel.
The vehicle would not have the capacity to make the journey on one tank of fuel.
Radioactive waste is simply spent fuel.
His comments are bound to add fuel to the debate.
A lorry can drive up to 600 miles on a single tank of fuel.
She put diesel fuel, instead of petrol, into the tank causing the motor to seize up.
The fuel gauge reads below zero.
Higher fuel prices took their toll.
By now the plane was running out of fuel.
"The fuel gauge is broken." — "Broken? How do you mean?"
Running costs are coming down because of cheaper fuel.
Soon afterwards there was a loud report as the fuel tanks exploded.
The result will inevitably fuel speculation about the Prime Minister's future.
add fuel to the fire (或 flames)
(figurative)cause a situation or conflict to become more intense, especially by provocative comments
هناك القليل من المعلومات نسبيًا حول fuel ، ربما يمكنك مشاهدة قصة ثنائية اللغة لتهدئة حالتك المزاجية ، أتمنى لك يومًا سعيدًا!
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