fuel

[Verb] To supply with fuel; to give support to or to stimulate.
Example: Encouraging results from the pilot studies have fuelled plans to extend the new traffic calming measures.
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fuel

[n] - a substance that can be burned to provide heat or power 2. [v] - provide with fuel 3. [v] - provide with fuel 4. [v] - take in fuel, as of a ship 5. [v] - stimulate
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Fuel

[pronounce:   ] Anything that stores an energy that can be converted into heat energy - includes fossil fuel and nuclear fuel.
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Fuel

A material that can be burned to provide a source of energy.
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Fuel

A substance that can be used to produce heat.
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Fuel

Fu'el noun [ Old French fouail , fuail , or fouaille , fuaille , Late Latin focalium , focale , from Latin focus hearth, fireplace, in Late Latin , fire. See Focus .] [ Formerly written also fewel. ] 1. Any matter used to produ...
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Fuel

Fu'el transitive verb 1. To feed with fuel. [ Obsolete] « Never, alas I the dreadful name, That fuels the infernal flame.» Cowley. 2. To store or furnish with fuel or firing. [ Obsolete] « Well watered and well fueled Sir H. Wott...
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fuel

1. Any matter used to produce heat by burning; that which feeds fire; combustible matter used for fires, as wood, coal, peat, etc. ... 2. Anything that serves to feed or increase passion or excitement. Artificial fuel, fuel consisting of small particles, as coal dust, sawdust, etc, consolidated into lumps or blocks. ... Origin: OF. Fouail, fuail, o...
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fuel

verb stimulate; `fuel the debate on creationism`
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fuel

verb provide with a combustible substance that provides energy; `fuel aircraft, ships, and cars`
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fuel

verb provide with fuel; `Oil fires the furnace`
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Fuel

• (v. t.) To store or furnish with fuel or firing. • (n.) Anything that serves to feed or increase passion or excitement. • (n.) Any matter used to produce heat by burning; that which feeds fire; combustible matter used for fires, as wood, coal, peat, etc. • (v. t.) To feed with fuel.
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fuel

(from the article `technology, history of`) There were no fundamental innovations in fuel and power before the breakthrough of 1945, but there were several significant developments in ... The largest single application for natural gas is as a domestic or industrial fuel. However, several specialized applications have developed over the ...
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fuel

fuel 1. Any material that evolves energy in a chemical or nuclear reaction. 2. Specifically, a material which can be used to provide power for an engine, combustor, power plant, nuclear reactor, etc. 3. Something consumed to produce energy. 4. A material such as wood, coal, gas, or oil burned to produce heat or power. 5. To provide with a combu...
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Fuel

Fuels are any materials that store potential energy in forms that can be practicably released and used for work or as heat energy. The concept originally applied solely to those materials storing energy in the form of chemical energy that could be released through combustion, but the concept has since been also applied to other sources of heat ene...
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Fuel

[video game] Microsoft Windows July 5, 2009 |genre=Racing, open world |modes=Single-player, multiplayer |ratings={vgratings|OFLC=G|PEGI=7|ESRB=E} |platforms=PlayStation 3 Fuel is a 2009 open world racing video game developed by Asobo Studio and published by Codemasters. The game was released on June 2, {Vgy|2009} for PlayStation 3 and Xbox ...
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FUEL

[Firefox User Extension Library] Firefox User Extension Library (FUEL) is a JavaScript library intended for developing Firefox extensions. Co-created by Mark Finkle and John Resig, it provides JavaScript libraries and wrappers for the most commonly used operations in Firefox extensions. == Design principles == FUEL is intended to narrow the...
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Fuel

Component(s) of the propellant which are Oxidized or burned.
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fuel

Any substance used to produce heat, either by chemical or nuclear reaction. In the case of a liquid-propellant rocket engine, fuel is ordinarily distinguished from oxidizer where these are separate. Related entry • propellant
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fuel

Any material that can be consumed to supply heat or power. Included are petroleum, coal, and natural gas (the fossil fuels), and other consumable materials, such as uranium, biomass, and hydrogen. Related category • FUELS Source: Energy Information Administration
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fuel

fuel, material that can be burned or otherwise consumed to produce heat. The common fuels used in industry, transportation, and the home are burned in air. The carbon and hydrogen in fuel rapidly combine with oxygen in the air in an exothermal reaction—one that liberates heat. Most of the fuel...
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fuel

Any source of heat or energy, embracing the entire range of materials that burn in air (combustibles). A fuel is a substance that gives out energy when it burns. A nuclear fuel is any material that produces energy by nuclear fission in a nuclear reactor. Fossil fuels are formed from the fossilized remains of plants and animals. Crude oil (unrefined...
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Fuel

[disambiguation] Fuel is any material that can release energy, especially by burning. Fuel may also refer to: ...
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Fuel

[song] `Fuel` is a song by Metallica. The song was written by James Hetfield, Lars Ulrich, and Kirk Hammett, and was released as the third single from their seventh album, ReLoad. Metallica have frequently played the song in concert over the years, including the 1999 live album S&M with Michael Kamen conducting the San Francisco Symphony Or...
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Fuel

A substance that when combined with an oxidizer burns to produce thrust in rockets.
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