Kerosene ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Kerosene ( noun )

A clear, colorless liquid hydrocarbon, used as a fuel and solvent, obtained from petroleum and used especially in lamps and heaters.

Origin:

The word kerosene is derived from the greek word "keros" meaning wax, and was first used in the 1850s. it refers to a clear, colorless liquid hydrocarbon that is used as a fuel and solvent.

Examples:

  1. The kerosene lamp provided a dim light in the cabin.
  2. I used kerosene to start the campfire.
  3. The kerosene heater was a lifesaver on the cold winter nights.
  4. He used kerosene to clean the parts of the engine.
  5. The old kerosene stove was replaced with a new gas one.

(As a verb)

Kerosene ( verb )

A clear, colorless liquid hydrocarbon, used as a fuel and solvent, obtained from petroleum and used especially in lamps and heaters.

Origin:

The word kerosene is derived from the greek word "keros" meaning wax, and was first used in the 1850s. it refers to a clear, colorless liquid hydrocarbon that is used as a fuel and solvent.

Examples:

  1. The kerosene lamp provided a dim light in the cabin.
  2. I used kerosene to start the campfire.
  3. The kerosene heater was a lifesaver on the cold winter nights.
  4. He used kerosene to clean the parts of the engine.
  5. The old kerosene stove was replaced with a new gas one.
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