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gasnoun

uk /ɡæs/ us /ɡæs/

gas noun (AIR SUBSTANCE)

B2 [ C or U ] a substance in a form like air that is neither solid nor liquid:

Oxygen, hydrogen, and nitrogen are all gases.

A2 [ C or U ] a substance in a form like air that is used as a fuel for heating and cooking:

Do you prefer cooking with electricity or gas?
UK A leak in the gas mains (= pipes) caused a major explosion.

[ U ] informal a substance in a form like air used for medical purposes to prevent people feeling pain or being conscious during an operation:

I had/was given gas when I had my wisdom teeth taken out.

[ U ] mainly US UK wind air in the bowels or in a baby's stomach, especially when this makes you feel uncomfortable or makes noises:

Beer gives me gas.

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gas noun (LIQUID FUEL)

A2 [ U ] US also formal gasoline, UK petrol a liquid obtained from petroleum, used especially as a fuel for cars, aircraft, and other vehicles:

I'll stop and get some gas - we're running low.
a gas tank/pump
the gas [ S ] mainly US

the part of a car that you push with your foot to make it go faster:

Step on the gas (= drive faster)!

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gas noun (ENJOYABLE SITUATION)

[ S ] mainly US informal old-fashioned a funny or enjoyable situation:

Some kids put on a show for the moms and dads, - it was a gas.

gasverb

uk /ɡæs/ us /ɡæs/ -ss-

(Definição de "gas" do Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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gasnoun

us /ɡæs/

gas noun (MATTER)

science [ C/U ] a form of matter that is neither solid nor liquid and can increase in size to fill any container

science [ C/U ] Gas is also the usual word used to talk about natural gas.

[ C/U ] Gas is also the feeling that you sometimes get after eating a lot and the air such eating produces in your stomach.

gas noun (LIQUID FUEL)

[ U ] also gasoline, /ˈɡæs·əˌlin, ˌ==ˈ=/ a liquid obtained from petroleum (= dark, thick oil), used esp. as a fuel for cars and other vehicles:

We’re running low on gas.

gasverb [ T ]

us /ɡæs/ -ss-

gas verb [ T ] (BREATHE MATTER)

to kill or injure people or animals by making them breathe poisonous gas:

Hundreds of thousands of soldiers were gassed in World War I.

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gasnoun

uk /ɡæs/ us plural gases or gasses

[ C or U ] ENVIRONMENT a substance in a form like air that is neither solid nor liquid:

Oxygen, hydrogen and nitrogen are all gases.
All EU countries are required to cut their emissions of greenhouse gases.

[ U ] US also gasoline, UK petrol NATURAL RESOURCES, TRANSPORT a liquid obtained from petroleum, used especially as fuel for cars and other vehicles:

It was getting late and we were nearly out of gas.
The price of gas seems to be getting higher and higher.

(Definição de "gas" do Cambridge Dicionário de Inglês para Negócios © Cambridge University Press)

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