refuel

[ree-fyoo-uhl]
verb (used with object), refueled, refueling or (especially British) refuelled, refuelling.
1.
to supply again with fuel: to refuel an airplane.
verb (used without object), refueled, refueling or (especially British) refuelled, refuelling.
2.
to take on a fresh supply of fuel: The plane refueled at Paris and flew on.

Origin:
1805–15; re- + fuel

refuelable, adjective
nonrefueling, adjective
nonrefuelling, adjective
unrefueled, adjective
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refuel (riːˈfjuːəl)
 
vb , (US) -els, -elling, -elled, -els, -eling, -eled
to supply or be supplied with fresh fuel

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refuel
1811, from re- "again" + fuel (v.). Originally in a spiritual sense.
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Example sentences
Today's robots that fly, jump or roll around must refuel or recharge as does
  any gadget that runs out of energy.
Experts advise endurance athletes to refuel during their events.
Drivers stop in the same places to rest, eat and refuel.
Attendants and drivers with little or no specialized training will be able to
  operate the facility to refuel vehicles.
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