high-test

high-test

(hī′tĕst′)
adj.
1. Of or relating to highly volatile high-octane gasoline.
2. Meeting exacting requirements.

high′-test′



adj.
(of gasoline) boiling at a relatively low temperature.
Translations

high-test

[ˌhaɪˈtest] ADJ high-test fuelsupercarburante m
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