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fuel

美 [ˈfjuːəl]
英 [ˈfjuːəl]
  • n.燃料;燃油;【新闻传媒】推动力
  • v.(给…)加油;【新闻传媒】加速
  • 网络加燃料;汽油;油料
现在分词:fueling  过去式:fueled  第三人称单数:fuels  
fuel
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n.
1.
[u][c]
燃料any material that produces heat or power, usually when it is burnt
solid fuel(= wood, coal, etc.)
固体燃料
nuclear fuels
核燃料
a car with high fuel consumption
耗油量大的汽车
2.
[u]
(尤指使争论等继续或更加激烈的)刺激性言行a thing that is said or done that makes sth, especially an argument, continue or get worse
The new information adds fuel to the debate over safety procedures.
新信息对于有关安全程序的辩论是火上浇油。
The revelations gave new fuel to angry opponents of the proposed law.
新披露的情况使反对该法律提案的人更为激愤。
His remarks simply added fuel to the fire/flames of her rage.
他的话只是给她的愤怒火上浇油。
v.
1.
[t]
~ sth
给…提供燃料to supply sth with material that can be burnt to produce heat or power
Uranium is used to fuel nuclear plants.
铀用作核电厂的燃料。
oil-fuelled power stations
燃油发电厂
2.
[t][i]
~ (sth) (up)
给(交通工具)加油to put petrol/gas into a vehicle
The helicopter was already fuelled (up) and ready to go.
直升机已加好油,准备起飞。
3.
[t]
~ sth
增加;加强;刺激to increase sth; to make sth stronger
to fuel speculation/rumours/fears
引起猜测╱谣传╱恐惧
Higher salaries helped to fuel inflation.
工资提高刺激通货膨胀。

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