Supply or power (an industrial plant, vehicle, or machine) with fuel
the plan includes a hydroelectric plant to fuel a paper factory
a big novel that is fueled by anger and revenge
Fill up (a vehicle, aircraft, or ship) with oil or gasoline
(of a person) Eat a meal
arrive straight from work and fuel up on the complimentary buffet
Cause (a fire) to burn more intensely
Sustain or inflame (a feeling or activity)
his rascal heart and private pain fuel his passion as an actor
Material such as coal, gas, or oil that is burned to produce heat or power
Food, drink, or drugs as a source of energy
any protein intake can also be used as fuel
A thing that sustains or inflames passion, argument, or other emotion or activity
the remuneration packages will add fuel to the debate about top-level rewards
provide with a combustible substance that provides energy; "fuel aircraft, ships, and cars"
a substance that can be consumed to produce energy; "more fuel is needed during the winter months"; "they developed alternative fuels for aircraft"
provide with fuel; "Oil fires the furnace"
take in fuel, as of a ship; "The tanker fueled in Bahrain"
stimulate; "fuel the debate on creationism"
(fueled) heated, driven, or produced by burning fuel
Fuel is any material that can be used to generate energy to produce mechanical work in a controlled manner. The processes used to convert fuel into energy include chemical reactions, such as combustion, and nuclear reactions, such as nuclear fission or nuclear fusion. ...
Fuel was a cancelled Xbox and PC ATV racing game created by defunct Calgary software company Firetoad Software.
Fuel is a racing video game developed by Asobo Studio and published by Codemasters, released on June 2, for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, and June 5, for Microsoft Windows.
Fuel is Fuel's self-titled EP.
Fuel (previously called Fields of Fuel) is a 2008 documentary film directed by Josh Tickell. It won the audience award at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival. The DVD was released on June 22, 2010.
(FUELS) All combustible material within the wildland/ urban interface or intermix, including vegetation and structures.
(Fuels) Liquid or gaseous hydrocarbons mixed with a certain volume of air combine to form an explosive mixture. In internal combustion engines (ignited by an electric spark in Otto cycle engines and compressed in diesel engines), this mixture then produces mechanical energy. ...
(Fuels) are chemicals with energy stored in them, that can be released by burning.
(Fuels) diesel, petrol and paraffin consumed for processes and utilities.
(fuels) in GEMIS are records of the type product and are part of the energy carriers. For fuels, GEMIS stores the ultimate analysis, based on which the heating value or higher heating value and emissions can be computed. Furthermore, the price of the fuel, and metadata are stored.
Combustible material. Includes, vegetation, such as grass, leaves, ground litter, plants, shrubs and trees, that feed a fire. (See Surface Fuels.)
The methanol/nitromethane/lubricant mix used to fuel model engines. A helicopter fuel mix has a higher concentration of lubricant to counter the lack of sufficient airflow over the engine in a hover.
Any combustible substance burned to provide heat or power. While gasoline is the most common, other fuels include diesel, ethanol and natural gas.
Any substance that can be burned to produce heat; also, materials that can be fissioned in a chain reaction to produce heat.
Any material that can be burned to make energy.
A fuel is a substance that releases heat energy when treated in a certain way. In most fuels, the energy is released by combustion. So, strictly speaking, when the car is running on the Joe cell, it is not using any fuel.
Refers to gasoline, fuel mixtures, diesel and propane, and to fuels used on farms. Vehicles that use a fuel other than gasoline represent only a small percentage of private vehicles.