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Translation of "fuel" - English-Turkish dictionary

fuel

noun [C, U]
 
 
/ˈfjuːəl/
B1 a substance that is burned to provide heat or power
sıvı yakıt, yakacak
The plane ran out of fuel and had to land at sea.FuelsPetroleum products especially when used as fuel
Translations of “fuel”
in Arabic وَقود…
in Korean 연료…
in Malaysian minyak…
in French combustible…
in Italian combustibile, carburante…
in Chinese (Traditional) 燃料, 燃燒劑, 刺激因素…
in Russian топливо, горючее…
in Polish paliwo…
in Vietnamese chất đốt, nhiên liệu…
in Spanish combustible…
in Portuguese combustível…
in Thai เชื้อเพลิง…
in German der Brennstoff…
in Catalan combustible…
in Japanese 燃料…
in Indonesian bahan bakar…
in Chinese (Simplified) 燃料, 燃烧剂, 刺激因素…
(Definition of fuel noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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