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 (kär′bə-rāt′, -rĕt′, -byə-)
tr.v. car·bu·ret·ed, car·bu·ret·ing, car·bu·rets or car·bu·ret·ted or car·bu·ret·ting
1. To combine or mix (a gas, for example) with volatile hydrocarbons, so as to increase available fuel energy.
2. To carburize.
A carbide: carburet of sulfur.

[From carburet, carbide, from French carbure, from Latin carbō, carbon; see carbon.]

car·bu·re′tion n.
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