Definition of 'unleaded'
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Its manufacturer says it is easy to keep and run since it uses normal unleaded fuel and will fit into a garage. Times, Sunday Times (2009)About 60% of the cost of unleaded is tax. The Sun (2012)Motorists already reeling from the credit crunch are now forking out 1.20 for a litre of unleaded petrol. The Sun (2008)The forecourt price of unleaded petrol is set to rise by another 2½p a litre within four weeks. The Sun (2008)I am told some older vehicles will run on unleaded petrol without having the engine tweaked. Times, Sunday Times (2006)THE price of unleaded petrol has jumped. The Sun (2010)It uses unleaded petrol and is based on a design that was hatched in the 1960s but abandoned because of stability problems. Times, Sunday Times (2012)But Mr King warned of a worrying gulf between the price of unleaded petrol and diesel. The Sun (2008)About 18 months ago diesel fuel was 1p cheaper per litre than unleaded petrol in my area. Times, Sunday Times (2008)This represents a 33% underperformance in unleaded fuel efficiency, which is woeful. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It follows a cut of up to 2p a litre on unleaded petrol and up to 1p on diesel. The Sun (2011)I have no idea of the current price of unleaded petrol, except that it's a lot! The Sun (2010)
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Translations for 'unleaded'
British English: unleaded /ʌnˈlɛdɪd/ NOUN
Unleaded fuels contain a reduced amount of lead in order to reduce the pollution caused when they are burned.
All its V8 engines will run happily on unleaded.
- American English: unleaded
- Arabic: خِلْوٌ مِن الرَّصَاص
- Brazilian Portuguese: sem chumbo
- Chinese: 无铅的
- Croatian: bezolovni
- Czech: bezolovnatý
- Danish: blyfri benzin
- Dutch: ongelood
- European Spanish: sin plomo
- Finnish: lyijytön bensiini
- French: sans plomb
- German: bleifrei
- Greek: αμόλυβδη
- Italian: benzina senza piombo
- Japanese: 無鉛ガソリン
- Korean: 무연
- Norwegian: blyfri
- Polish: bezołowiowy
- European Portuguese: sem chumbo
- Romanian: fără plumb
- Russian: неэтилированный
- Spanish: sin plomo
- Swedish: blyfri
- Thai: น้ำมันไร้สารตะกั่ว
- Turkish: kurşunsuz
- Ukrainian: неетильований (про бензин)
- Vietnamese: không pha chì
British English: unleaded ADJECTIVE
Unleaded fuel contains a smaller amount of lead than most fuels so that it produces fewer harmful substances when it is burned.
The new car is designed to run on unleaded fuel.
Definition of unleaded from the Collins English Dictionary
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