Origin of fuel
OTHER WORDS FROM fuel
How to use fuel in a sentence
Pilots measure fuel by weight, not volume, since the volume can change in response to temperature.The world’s longest commercial flights, by the numbers|Rob Verger|November 20, 2020|Popular-Science
We know the economic and environmental costs of continuing to burn fossil fuels will be devastating.
In order to really start displacing fossil fuels, it needs support.
The last bit of news added the equivalent of rocket fuel to his fortune.Elon Musk set to pass Mark Zuckerberg in net worth|Rachel Schallom|November 17, 2020|Fortune
Traffic congestion alone is estimated to cost the average driver $1,400 in fuel and time spent commuting, a nationwide tally of more than $160 billion per year.Smart Concrete Could Pave the Way for High-Tech, Cost-Effective Roads|Luna Lu|November 13, 2020|Singularity Hub
Cultural pressures to police gender norms fuelled the widespread practice of surgically reassigning gender at birth.
But their fury was seemingly fuelled by statements that I had never made, nor did I believe.
Tensions have been fuelled by the civil war next door in Syria.Assad Blamed For Beirut Car Bomb Assassination Of Lebanese Politician|Jamie Dettmer|December 28, 2013|DAILY BEAST
"The air was heavy and sweet with the sweat of adrenalin-fuelled bodies," she trills.
The ethnic categories of Hutu and Tutsi that fuelled division and ultimately genocide have been banned.
On the contrary, all vessels of the British Fleet must be kept fully supplied and fuelled at all times for extended cruising.The Victory At Sea|William Sowden Sims
British Dictionary definitions for fuel
- the material, containing a fissile substance, such as uranium-235, that produces energy in a nuclear reactor
- a substance that releases energy in a fusion reactor
Derived forms of fuelfueller or US fueler, noun
Word Origin for fuel
Scientific definitions for fuel
Other Idioms and Phrases with fuel
see add fuel to the fire.