Examples of diesel in a Sentence
Does your car take diesel or gasoline?
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Police, who for the first time used technology capable of listening in on satellite phones documented 30 voyages in which more than 80 million kilos of diesel was imported.
In an April 2005 email, Morillo provides Paul Rosado, a former trader at Colonial Oil Industries Inc., with competitors’ bids for a series of gasoline, diesel and fuel oil cargoes.
Lobster fishing also takes a lot of diesel to place, check, and retrieve the traps.
Trying this mode confirmed that the three-cylinder engine is quiet and well insulated when running—and not just compared to the steel-drum symphony of the TX4’s diesel—but otherwise, all of our two-hour drive was conducted using electric power.
Roughly 1,000 barrels or 42,000 gallons of diesel have spilled from a Marathon Petroleum pipeline in southwest Indiana, and is currently affecting Big Creek near Solitude, Ind.
The demise of diesel and looming EU carbon dioxide targets have left automakers scrambling to innovate—or face huge fines.
The smell of diesel hangs in the air, and in the hazy distance, the mountains of the Syrian border rise like a plea, or a warning.
An emissions-cheating crisis at Germany’s Volkswagen AG has soured many customers on diesel.
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DIESEL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of diesel for English Language Learners
: a vehicle (such as a truck or bus) that has a diesel engine
DIESEL Defined for Kids
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