- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of refuel.
“Battery Mini experiment promises R20-a-tank 'refuels”
“Since December, oil retailers have put the loss-making carrier on a cash-and-carry mode, which means Air India has to pay every time it refuels its aircraft.”
“And if the U.S. were serious it would sanction any company that refuels the planes on which the Iranians travel abroad.”
“James Liedle refuels an F-15 aircraft at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson on June 14, during the Northern Edge military training exercises near Anchorage, Alaska.”
“The companies have in turn put Kingfisher on cash-and-carry mode, which means it has to pay every time it refuels aircraft.”
“You will inevitably encounter your authentic desire which refuels your body with fresh chi and a connection to the deeper energy currents of the spiritual realm and rediscover a source of profound nourishment and joy.”
“Philippe Desmazes/AFP/Getty Images A woman refuels her car at a gas station in Pierre-Benite, central-eastern France.”
“Above, an Airbus tanker refuels fighter aircraft in November.”
“Thomas refuels the effort where Ky has petered out.”
“Consciously cultivating a more realistically optimistic perspective refuels our emotional reservoir.”
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