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fuel also: fuel-oil

Translation of fuel in English:

sustantivo masculino

Example sentences
  • Este fuel puede reemplazar al diesel regular sin modificar los motores.
  • Un barco que transportaba 77.000 toneladas de fuel se rompió en dos y se hundió.
  • El fuel llegó a las costas produciendo una “marea negra”.

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