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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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high-octaneˌhigh-ˈoctane adjective  1 TTChigh-octane petrol is of a very high quality2 very exciting or full of energy – used especially in newspapers and magazines This movie provides plenty of high-octane entertainment.
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high-octaneA high-octane blend of action and patriotism fuel this predictable, average action flick.You must use that fear, as you would a high-octane fuel, for fast forward motion.The perfect hit, the literary equivalent to a high-octane power lunch.This was not surprising, given its high-octane roster of judges, congressmen, and Wall Street barons.Such high-octane tours have become increasingly popular.
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