[pe-truh-leen] /ˈpɛ trəˌlin/
any of the constituents of a bitumen, as asphalt, that are soluble in pentane, hexane, or naphthalene.
- Petrol engine
noun 1. an internal-combustion engine that uses petrol as fuel
[puh-troh-lee-uh m] /pəˈtroʊ li əm/ noun 1. an oily, thick, flammable, usually dark-colored liquid that is a form of bitumen or a mixture of various hydrocarbons, occurring naturally in various parts of the world and commonly obtained by drilling: used in a natural or refined state as fuel, or separated by distillation into gasoline, naphtha, […]
noun 1. a flammable, low-boiling hydrocarbon mixture produced by the fractional distillation of petroleum, used as a solvent. noun 1. a volatile mixture of the higher alkane hydrocarbons, obtained as a fraction of petroleum and used as a solvent
- Petroleum benzin
petroleum benzin pe·tro·le·um ben·zin (pə-trō’lē-əm běn’zĭn) n. See benzine.