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Fueling

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Noun

1. fueling, refueling

the activity of supplying or taking on fuel

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Fueling

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noun
1. 
any substance burned as a source of heat or power, such as coal or petrol
2. 
a. 
the material, containing a fissile substance, such as uranium-235, that produces energy in a nuclear reactor
b. 
a substance that releases energy in a fusion reactor
3. 
something that nourishes or builds up emotion, action, etc
verbWord forms: fuels, fuelling, fuelledWord forms: US fuels, fueling or fueled
4. 
to supply with or receive fuel

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Fueling

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noun
1. 
any material, as coal, oil, gas, wood, etc., burned to supply heat or power
2. 
fissile material from which nuclear energy can be obtained, as in a nuclear reactor
3. 
anything that maintains or intensifies strong feeling, etc.
verb transitiveWord forms: ˈfueled or ˈfuelled, ˈfueling or ˈfuelling
4. 
to supply with fuel
verb intransitive
5. 
to get fuel

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Fueling

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n.
1. Something consumed to produce energy, especially:
a. A material such as wood, coal, gas, or oil burned to produce heat or power.
b. Fissionable material used in a nuclear reactor.
c. Nutritive material metabolized by a living organism; food.
2. Something that maintains or stimulates an activity or emotion: "Money is the fuel of a volunteer organization" (Natalie de Combray).
v. fu·eled, fu·el·ing, fu·els also fu·elled or fu·el·ling
v.tr.
1. To provide with fuel.
2. To support or stimulate the activity or existence of: rhetoric that fueled the dissenters.
v.intr.
To take in fuel.

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