[gas-uh-hawl, -hol] /ˈgæs əˌhɔl, -ˌhɒl/
a mixture of and , generally containing no more than 10 percent , used as an alternative fuel for some automobiles.
a mixture of 80% or 90% petrol with 20% or 10% ethyl alcohol, for use as a fuel in internal-combustion engines
gasoline and ethanol mixture, 1975, from gasoline + (ethyl) alcohol.
A fuel consisting of a blend of ethanol and unleaded gasoline, especially a blend of 10 percent ethanol and 90 percent gasoline. The ethanol is obtained by the fermentation and subsequent distillation of sugar cane, maize, or potatoes. Gasohol has a high octane rating and produces lower levels of pollutants than ordinary gasoline.
A mixture of gasoline with alcohol derived from plants. Gasohol was a popular fuel for cars and trucks during gasoline shortages.
[gas-uh-jeen] /ˈgæs əˌdʒin/ noun 1. .
- Gas oil
noun 1. a fuel oil obtained in the distillation of petroleum, intermediate in viscosity and boiling point between paraffin and lubricating oils. It boils above about 250°C
[gas-uh-leen, gas-uh-leen] /ˌgæs əˈlin, ˈgæs əˌlin/ noun, Now Rare. 1. .
[gas-uh-leer] /ˌgæs əˈlɪər/ noun 1. a furnished with gaslights. /ˌɡæsəˈlɪə/ noun 1. a branched hanging fitting for gaslights