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Translation of "gas" - English-Turkish dictionary

gas

noun     /ɡæs/
SUBSTANCE [C, U]
B2 a substance in a form like air and not solid or liquid gaz poisonous gasesThe state of matter
FUEL [U]
A2 a substance in a form like air used as a fuel for heating and cooking hava gazı, doğal gaz, likit gaz UK a gas cooker/ US a gas stovePetroleum products especially when used as fuelFuels
CAR FUEL [U] US ( UK petrol)
a liquid fuel used in cars sıvı petrol gazı; LPG half a tank of gasPetroleum products especially when used as fuelFuelsFuelsPetroleum products especially when used as fuel
STOMACH [U] US ( UK wind)
gas or air in your stomach that makes you feel uncomfortable and sometimes makes noises mide gazı Digestive disorders
the gas US informal
the part of a car which you push with your foot to make it go faster (araba) gaz pedalı We'd better step on the gas (= drive faster). →  See also natural gas , tear gas The interior of vehicles
(Definition of gas noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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