refuelled

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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