oil-burning

oil-burning

adj
(Elements & Compounds) Brit that uses paraffin, esp as a domestic fuel
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Translations

oil-burning

[ˈɔɪlˌbɜːnɪŋ] ADJ(alimentado) al petróleo, de petróleo
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oil-burning

[ˈɔɪlˌbɜːnɪŋ] adj (lamp) → a petrolio
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Oil-burning variants will be priced from PS83,270, while the petrol M850i will cost from PS107,045.
Developing the Sankofa Gas Project, located 60 km offshore, should bring large benefits for Ghana by fueling up to 1,000 MW of power generation to replace oil-burning electricity.
The project, expected to provide as much as 1,000 megawatts of clean power generation each year, will be an alternative to polluting, oil-burning electricity.
He made several highly successful inventions, most notably the White Low-Pressure Oil-Burning Engine, which was fitted in Berengaria.
THE latest diesel cars can save drivers as much as PS360 a year compared with the oil-burning models which were sold a decade ago.
With your gift, you have made a difference for people and communities all across New England--people like Tiffany Melters and her daughters, who live in the shadow of Connecticut's Bridgeport Harbor Station, a coal- and oil-burning power plant that has been polluting that city for nearly 50 years.
Kuwait has major environmental issues because of its oil-burning power plants.
The model will be available with a range of Renault-sourced four-cylinder engines that will include the 1.5-litre oil-burning dCi engine.
Homeowners who have oil-burning heating systems installed prior to 1990 have until Friday to bring the system into compliance with the state homeowner heating safety law.
Mindful of the fact that choosing diesel cars was more expensive both in the showroom and at the pumps, the Japanese company opted to axe oil-burning versions of the Micra.
The island gets nearly all of its electricity from oil-burning plants.
Normally manufacturer's fuel economy figures are total tosh, but the oil-burning Cooper really is one of the most economical, diverting and engaging small cars around.