灯油, 石油, オイル
Noun(1) a flammable hydrocarbon oil used as fuel in lamps and heaters
(1) In the land of oil, they have to queue five hours a day to get kerosene or petrol.(2) Soldiers check through bags for any banned goods, including diesel, petrol or kerosene .(3) There was wood all around the base and the smell of kerosene was thick in the cold air.(4) Sales of petrol, kerosene , gas and other petroleum products were suspended.(5) Early types of gasoline were produced as a byproduct of the process used to make kerosene fuel for oil lamps.(6) One of the coaches was doused with kerosene and petrol and set on fire.(7) People used kerosene for cooking and lighting, which was dangerous because of the thatched roofs.(8) With no duty on kerosene in the north, smugglers are bringing heating oil south by the ton.(9) Farmers then visit kiosks to purchase spices, kerosene , soap, vegetables or fish, and salt.(10) Homes in villages are lit with paraffin wicks in tin cans filled with kerosene , a substance that is both dangerous and expensive.(11) Do not use kerosene or fuel oil emulsions as they can cause undesirable flavors in fish.(12) For those people who use kerosene , the fuel price hike will be a heavy burden.(13) These herbicides must be applied in an oil-based carrier such as diesel fuel or kerosene .(14) The price of petrol, diesel and kerosene has gone up four times since February.(15) At one roadside stall, children filled polythene bags with just enough kerosene to keep the family stove burning for one more evening.(16) Many pieces of wood, soaked with kerosene made a splendid fire in the barbecue pit.
(1) kerosene lamp :: 灯油ランプ
2. coal oil ::
3. lamp oil ::
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