Context sentences for "to fuel up" in Spanish
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EnglishTheir profits have gone down because fuel prices have gone up.
EnglishWe cannot allow the Russians to fuel up this spiral of fear.
EnglishAll of us are suffering because fuel prices have gone up.
EnglishThe war in Iraq contributes to fuel up terrorism.
EnglishCarbon taxes push up fuel prices, killing our old folk as we speak.
EnglishThe measure approved today in the wake of the fuel crisis undoubtedly opens up new prospects and new scenarios.
EnglishTaxing fuel taken up in EU ports alone would lead to massive competitive distortions, to the detriment of EU fleets.
EnglishThere has been a considerable rise in agricultural costs; fuel prices have gone up, and the level of costs in general is showing a constant upward trend.
EnglishFuel costs will go up by at least 10 % - another burden for hard-pressed farmers to carry at a time when they can least take it.
EnglishBetween 2004 and 2006 alone, the price of fuel went up by around 100%, and in some parts of the sector fuel accounts for some 50% of total operating costs.
EnglishIf we had sensible, rapid and efficient air transport management we could reduce fuel consumption by up to 12%, which would substantially reduce CO2 emissions.
EnglishThere are now rules which apply to volatile organic compounds which are released when filling up with fuel, as well as for substances of this kind used in industry.
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- fuel oil heater for auxiliary boiler
- fuel oil heater for main engine
- fuel oil heater for purifier
- fuel price hike
- fuel pump
- fuel rod
- fuel supply
- fuel tank
- fuel tax
- fuel the growth
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- fuel valve fresh water circulating pump
- fuel valve fresh water cooler
- fuel-injected engine
- fuels on rape seed oil basis
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