Definition of Mazut

1. Noun. A heavy, low-quality fuel oil, used in generating plants and similar applications, or broken down to produce diesel. ¹



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Definition of Mazut

1. mazout [n -S] - See also: mazout

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mazut

mazology
mazolysis
mazoola
mazopathy
mazopexy
mazoplasia
mazourka
mazourkas
mazout
mazouts
mazuma
mazumas
mazurka
mazurkalike
mazurkas
mazut (current term)
mazuts
mazy
mazzard
mazzard cherry
mazzards
mazzebah
mazzebahs
mazzeboth
mazzettiite
maître d's
mb
mbalax
mbaqanga
mbaqangas

Literary usage of Mazut

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1. Marine Boilers: Their Construction and Working Dealing More Especially with by Louis Emile Bertin, Leslie Stephen Robertson (1906)
"In Russia, mazut is often used as fuel. mazut is the crude oil which has been stored for some time in open reservoirs, and has lost thereby some of its more ..."

2. Renewables in Russia: From Opportunity to Reality by Elena Douraeva, International Energy Agency (2003)
"Since Russia faces Western-level mazut (heavy fuel oil) prices, use of wood wastes ... The company still uses mazut for peak load and as reserve capacity, ..."

3. Russia Energy Survey, 2002 by International Energy Agency, Energy Charter Secretariat (2002)
"... mazut (residual fuel oill dominare the ... in a large excess of mazut, which is disposed of as a low-value export. ..."

4. Who's who in America by Marquis Who's Who, Inc (1903)
"Address: Italian Legation, Washington. mazut, Robert, lawyer; b. Pittsburgh. May 15, 1857; J. William and Maicena M.; ed. Pittsburgh High Sch. ; grad. ..."

5. Journal by Iron and Steel Institute (1897)
"Some of the furnaces on the tributaries of the Volga import mazut or petroleum residues for heating purposes to avoid the cost of transporting wood. ..."

6. Proceedings of the United States Naval Institute by United States Naval Institute (1897)
"... and which is commonly called " mazut,"* is the residue from the distillation of raw naphtha after the kerosene, benzene and other coal derivatives with ..."

7. The Auk: Quarterly Journal of Ornithology by American Ornithologists' Union, Nuttall Ornithological Club (1890)
"Between the mazut/al and Mogollón are several detached spurs and short ranges. The largest of these—the Sierra Ancha, situated in what is known as Tonto ..."

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