Translation of gasoline in Spanish:

gasoline

gasolina, n.

Pronunciation /ˈɡæsəlin//ˈɡasəliːn//ˌɡæsəˈlin/

noun

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    gasolina feminine
    nafta feminine River Plate
    bencina feminine Andes
    • She also quickly blotted up the spilled gasoline with some paper towels and tossed them into the toilet.
    • The bill calls for doubling the use of ethanol as a gasoline additive by 2012.
    • Never use gasoline in a kerosene heater because it can cause a fire or an explosion.
    • The machine features a 31-hp gasoline engine, coupled with a high-efficiency variable drive transmission.
    • A few years later, platforms were mandated to prevent pilot lights from igniting gasoline fumes.
    • He always came home tired from his job as a gasoline tanker truck driver.
    • Let's pour more gasoline on the fire.
    • The engineer then described a gasoline tank truck that was not clearing the crossing ahead.
    • Profit margins for dealers would be capped at 16 cents per gallon on regular unleaded gasoline.
    • Gasoline stations in the city were prohibited from selling leaded gasoline by the end of October 1998.
    • The 85-horsepower gasoline engine provides most of the power.
    • The refinery is the nation's largest producer of gasoline, kerosene and other refined products.
    • Of these, 99.9 percent are powered by leaded gasoline and diesel fuel.
    • Lead is used to increase the octane number of gasoline to lower its burning point and make it easier to burn.
    • The national average for regular unleaded gasoline is now $1.70 a gallon and rising.
    • Consumers are paying a national average of more than $3 a gallon for regular unleaded gasoline.
    • I wrote a little script to calculate how many miles you save by buying cheaper gasoline.
    • I could smell the gasoline leaking from the truck.
    • The mother had warned them that heat from the kitchen might ignite the gasoline in the fuel tank.
    • They have poured gasoline on a already raging fire.