colza oil

  1. the oil obtained from the seeds of the rape plant and used in making lubricants and synthetic rubber

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How to use colza oil in a sentence

  • In France an oil is burned called colza oil, expressed from the seeds of a species of wild cabbage.

  • colza oil is extensively used as a lubricant for machinery, and for burning in lamps.

  • He was saturated in colza oil, and the smashed tin lay beside him, but luckily the flame had been extinguished by his fall.

  • It is that which is cultivated for making colza oil, and for sheep-feed.

    Elizabethan England | William Harrison
  • Plenty of ventilation, without allowing actual wind to penetrate, should be provided, and only the best colza oil be used.

    Practical Taxidermy | Montagu Browne