verb (used with object), re·fu·eled, re·fu·el·ing or (especially British) re·fu·elled, re·fu·el·ling.
verb (used without object), re·fu·eled, re·fu·el·ing or (especially British) re·fu·elled, re·fu·el·ling.
Related formsre·fu·el·a·ble, adjectivenon·re·fu·el·ing, adjectivenon·re·fu·el·ling, adjectiveun·re·fueled, adjective
Examples from the Web for refuel
In the midst of financial turmoil, the renowned celebrity photographer needed a way to refuel.Annie Leibovitz Talks About ‘Pilgrimage,’ Susan Sontag, Vogue & More|Justin Jones|November 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But the car ran out of gas, and de Merode had to fish out $20 for it to refuel.A Belgian Prince, Gorillas, Guerrillas & the Future of the Congo|Nina Strochlic|November 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In contrast, drones cannot refuel in midair, conduct airdrops, or carry a meaningful amount of munitions.
Obama left Washington just after dawn on Tuesday on Air Force One, which often stops to refuel on an U.S. base in Germany.
Usually when they shut one of these plants down to refuel they have to open it up.
They stopped at one port for a few hours to refuel, but there was little to see.Wanted--7 Fearless Engineers!|Warner Van Lorne
Rand bent over his makeshift map again, marking in the names of the cities where he intended to refuel while in flight.Helen in the Editor's Chair|Ruthe S. Wheeler
Perhaps, when you land there to refuel, someone will recognize you.The Five Arrows|Allan Chase
One look at our refuel prices would give even a Martian a sense of humor.
Half an hour later the big servo came in, picked up his refuel receipt, said good-bye politely and left through the inner airlock.