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Translation of "fuel" - English-Spanish dictionary

fuel

noun   /ˈfjuː·əl/
B1 a substance that is burned to give heat or power combustible Coal is a fuel that supplies a lot of our country’s energy needs. We’ll have to stop for fuel on the way to the airport.
(Definition of fuel from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

fuel

noun /ˈfjuəl/
any substance by which a fire, engine etc is made to work (eg coal, oil, petrol) combustible The machine ran out of fuel.
(Definition of fuel from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “fuel”
in Korean 연료…
in Arabic وَقود…
in Malaysian minyak…
in French combustible…
in Russian топливо, горючее…
in Chinese (Traditional) 燃料, 燃燒劑, 刺激因素…
in Italian combustibile, carburante…
in Turkish sıvı yakıt, yakacak…
in Polish paliwo…
in Vietnamese chất đốt, nhiên liệu…
in Portuguese combustível…
in Thai เชื้อเพลิง…
in German der Brennstoff…
in Catalan combustible…
in Japanese 燃料…
in Chinese (Simplified) 燃料, 燃烧剂, 刺激因素…
in Indonesian bahan bakar…
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