transitive verb-·fu′eled or -·fu′elled, -·fu′el·ing or -·fu′el·ling
verbre·fu·eled, re·fu·el·ing, re·fu·els, also re·fu·elled re·fu·el·ling
To supply again with fuel.
To take on a fresh supply of fuel.
(third-person singular simple present refuels, present participle refueling or refuelling, simple past and past participle refueled or refuelled)
- refuelled and refuelling are mainly British spellings.
- An act or instance of refueling.
- When people purchase vehicles that run on ethanol, who will make sure there are adequate ethanol pumps or service stations so that the drivers of these energy-efficient cars will be able to refuel?
- Dining: Nearby restaurants, hotel cafes, and free breakfasts can be critical to be sure guests do not need to travel all over the city to refuel themselves after a fun day at the park.
- You can also select a single station option, which allows multiple drivers to refuel at a location near you without the need for multiple credit cards.
- The Japanese Self Defense Force used the Super X3 to stop Godzilla's rampage before he can reach the nuclear power plant to refuel.
- Complex carbohydrates are turned in to energy that your body needs in order to refuel itself from normal activities.