unleaded Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

Meaning of “unleaded” in the English Dictionary

"unleaded" in British English

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uk   us   /ʌnˈled.ɪd/
Unleaded ​petrol or other ​substance does not ​containlead: Cars these ​days all use unleaded ​petrol.

unleadednoun [U]

uk   us   /ʌnˈled.ɪd/
unleaded ​petrol: The ​price of unleaded ​fell again.
(Definition of unleaded from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"unleaded" in American English

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unleadedadjective [not gradable]

 us   /ʌnˈled·ɪd/
(of ​gasoline (= a ​fuel)) not ​containinglead (= a ​metal): Most ​cars today use unleaded ​gas.
(Definition of unleaded from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “unleaded”
in Arabic غَيْر مُدَعَّم بِالرَّصاص…
in Korean 무연의…
in Portuguese sem chumbo…
in Catalan sense plom…
in Japanese (ガソリンなどが)無鉛の…
in Chinese (Simplified) (汽油或其他物质)无铅的…
in Turkish kurşunsuz…
in Russian неэтилированный…
in Chinese (Traditional) (汽油或其他物質)無鉛的…
in Italian senza piombo…
in Polish bezołowiowy…
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