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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfuel-efficientˈfuel-efˌficient adjective  a fuel-efficient engine or vehicle burns fuel in a more effective way than usual, so that it loses less fuel
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fuel-efficientIt also claims that emissions could be stabilized by 1994 through the use of new technologies and tax incentives for fuel-efficient cars.Creation of incentives to industrialized nations to develop and export fuel-efficient technologies to the developing world.Encouraging action internationally, and within our own motor industry, to promote more fuel-efficient vehicles.
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