Petrol

In the UK (and some other countries) petrol has the same meaning as Gasoline does in the United States.

Petrol

• (n.) Petroleum.
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Petrol

Pe·trol' noun Petroleum. [ R.]
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Petrol

A pleasing oily-lime smell related to a fully developed Riesling.
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Petrol

A trade name for the spirit consisting of a mixture of volatile fractions of the paraffin, napthene and aromatic series of hydrocarbons used in internal-combustion engines.
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Petrol

A volatile, flammable liquid mixture of hydrocarbons, obtained from petroleum and used as a fuel for internal-combustion engines.
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Petrol

Gasoline.
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petrol

Mixture of hydrocarbons derived from petroleum, mainly used as a fuel for internal-combustion engines. It is colourless and highly volatile. Leaded petrol contains antiknock (a mixture of tetra ethyl lead and dibromoethane), which improves the combustion of petrol and the performance of a car engine. The lead from the exhaust fumes enters the a...
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petrol

petrol A British term for gasoline (gas) for the motor-driven vehicles.
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Petrol

Petrol is a volatile, flammable liquid mixture of hydrocarbons, obtained from
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petrol

petrol: see gasoline.
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Petrol

the light fuel used in cars and motorcycles.
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