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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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gasolinegas‧o‧line /ˈɡæsəliːn/ ●●○ S3 W3 noun [uncountable] American English  TTCa liquid obtained from petroleum, used mainly for producing power in the engines of cars, trucks etc syn petrol British English
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gasolineAt gasoline stations it is illegal for customers to pump more than 10 gallons a minute.Improved gasoline yields of up to 25 percent have been achieved using them.The main gasoline engine can be turned and its valve gear operates.After the war everything cost more: gasoline, buses, hotel accommodations, and musicians' salaries.The National Rifle Association says taggants in gunpowder might act like a match struck near gasoline.Three hundred gallons of gasoline were loaded today.February unleaded gasoline fell 3. 75 cents to 54. 44 cents a gallon.In Connecticut, a Waterbury man suffered a fatal heart attack Sunday night after going outside to fill his snowblower with gasoline.
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