Definition of Fuel indicator

1. Noun. An indicator of the amount of fuel remaining in a vehicle.

Exact synonyms: Fuel Gauge
Group relationships: Fuel System
Generic synonyms: Indicator

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fuel Indicator

fuel-air bomb
fuel-air explosive
fuel-cell furnace
fuel cell
fuel cells
fuel consumption rate
fuel cycle
fuel filter
fuel gauge
fuel handling system
fuel indicator (current term)
fuel injection
fuel injection system
fuel level
fuel line
fuel molecule
fuel oil
fuel oils
fuel pod
fuel poverty
fuel station
fuel system
fuel tank
fuel tanks
fuel up

Literary usage of Fuel indicator

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Horseless AgeAutomobiles (1900)
"The fuel indicator is attached to the dashboard of the wagon, and at all times registers the amount of fuel in the tank. "There are self-closing valves In ..."

2. Submarine Island: A Peter Kent Story by John Gunn (2006)
"He would have to search them thoroughly for any traces of wreckage. He glanced at his fuel indicator and saw that he dared not linger now to do so ..."

3. Vostok Station: Point of Impact by Plowright, Kerry (2005)
"The fuel indicator lights turned green and 2200 litres per minute of fuel flowed into the bomber's tanks. ..."

4. Ninth Day of Creationby Leonard Crane by Leonard Crane (2000)
"... ocean surface with their look-down radars, one had already returned to the Eisenhower after a warning light had come on showing a faulty fuel indicator. ..."

5. Transactions by American Society of Mechanical Engineers (1903)
"197, gives an example of a failure to get an explosion under light loads with kerosene fuel. Indicator Cards.—There were taken at five-minute intervals by a ..."

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