Spanish Word for gasoline  

English Word: gasoline

Spanish Word: la gasolina
The Spanish Word for gasoline
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Translated sentences containing 'gasoline'
Twenty liters of unleaded gasoline, please.
Veinte litros de gasolina sin plomo, por favor.
Fill the car with gasoline.
Llena el carro con gasolina.
How much does gasoline cost?
¿Cuánto cuesta la gasolina?
This new car is an electric gasoline hybrid.
Éste carro nuevo es un híbrido gasolina eléctrico.
I ran out of gasoline.
Me quedé sin gasolina.
This car uses very little gasoline.
Este carro usa muy poca gasolina.
I forgot to fill the tank with gasoline.
Me olvidé de llenar el tanque de gasolina.
Consume less gasoline.
Consume menos gasolina.
Gasoline comes from petroleum.
La gasolina se deriva del petróleo.
I don't know if the chauffeur put gasoline in the station wagon or not.
No sé si el chofer le puso gasolina a la camioneta o no.
Are they threatening to raise the price of gasoline?
¿Amenazan con subir el precio de la gasolina?

After that they poured gasoline over him and burnt him alive.
Después lo rociaron con gasolina y lo quemaron vivo.
It cannot be denied that ‘gasoline tourism’ is commonplace nowadays, and it is partly responsible for the damage to the environment.
No se puede negar que el «turismo de la gasolina» es algo habitual hoy día y en parte es responsable de los daños causados al medio ambiente.
We would also suggest that the Commission instigate research into the implications of ultra-fine particle emissions from gasoline diesel injection engines.
También quisiéramos sugerir que la Comisión fomente la investigación sobre los efectos de las emisiones de partículas ultra finas generadas por los motores de gasolina y gasóleo de inyección.
The proposal contains a reference to a 1997 OECD report, which concluded that ‘gasoline tourism’ accounted for 20% of sales in Switzerland, for example.
La propuesta contiene una referencia a un informe de la OCDE de 1997 que concluye que el «turismo de la gasolina» representaba el 20% de las ventas en Suiza, por ejemplo.
Scandinavian truckers are unlikely to be affected by gasoline tourism in the same way as German or Belgian haulage companies allegedly are in the congested regions of the Union.
No es probable que el turismo de la gasolina afecte a los camiones escandinavos de la misma manera que a las empresas de transporte alemanas o belgas en las congestionadas regiones de la Unión.
Whilst I am aware that there are cases of ‘gasoline tourism’, I believe that the scale of this problem does not justify total harmonisation.
A la vez que soy consciente de que existen casos de «turismo de gasolina», también creo que la envergadura de este problema no justifica una plena armonización.
Portuguese truckers are actually unlikely to become involved in ‘gasoline tourism’ in the same way that German or Belgian truckers allegedly are.
Es poco probable que los camioneros portugueses se dediquen al «turismo de gasolina» en la misma medida en que supuestamente lo hacen camioneros alemanes o belgas.
To try to put out a fire with gasoline means that one either intentionally wants a larger fire or that one is not aware of what one is doing.
Intentar apagar un incendio con gasolina quiere decir que intencionalmente se desea un incendio mayor o que no se sabe lo que se está haciendo.
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