British term for gasoline.
A crude bomb consisting of a bottle containing petrol and an improvised cloth wick that is ignited just before the bottle is thrown at the target
A petrol station
A cap that closes the end of the pipe leading to the fuel tank of a motor vehicle or aircraft
A gas pump
A container holding the fuel supply in a motor vehicle or aircraft
The unbranded petrol available as a ration in Britain during and just after the Second World War (1939–45).
A person who throws a petrol bomb.
A petrol rationing coupon; a coupon that can be exchanged for petrol.
A meter indicating the quantity of petrol in a tank.
The action of throwing a petrol bomb; an instance of this.
(Of a vehicle, machine, etc.) driven by electric motors powered by current from a generator which in turn is driven by a petrol engine; compare diesel-electric.
A device for igniting petrol.
A person who inhales petrol fumes for a narcotic effect.
The practice or habit of inhaling petrol fumes for a narcotic effect.
An establishment selling petrol and oil (and sometimes also other supplies and services) for motor vehicles
A person employed to refuel motor vehicles at a petrol station.
Fuel injection, where the fuel is petrol.
A petrol cap.
A (hypothetical) unmanned self-service petrol station.
A car fanatic