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petrol

noun /ˈpetrəl/
(British ) a liquid got from petroleum, used as fuel for motor cars etc ; gas or gasoline (American)
gasolina
I’ll stop at the next garage and buy more petrol (also adjective) a petrol engine.
petroleum /pəˈtrəuliəm/ noun oil in its raw, unrefined form, which is found in natural wells below the earth’s surface and from which petrol, paraffin etc are obtained.
petróleo
petroleum jelly noun a soft substance got from petroleum, used eg in ointments.
vaselina
petrol pump ( gasoline pump) an apparatus at a petrol station which pumps petrol into cars etc, and which measures the amount of petrol it pumps.
bomba/surtidor de gasolina
(also adjective) a petrol pump attendant.
petrol station noun ( gas station) a garage where petrol is sold.
gasolinera
Translations of “petrol”
in Korean 휘발유…
in Arabic بِتْرول…
in French (à) essence…
in Italian benzina…
in Chinese (Traditional) 汽油…
in Russian бензин…
in Turkish benzin…
in Polish benzyna, paliwo…
in Portuguese gasolina…
in German das Benzin, Benzin-……
in Catalan gasolina…
in Japanese ガソリン…
in Chinese (Simplified) 汽油…
(Definition of petrol from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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