bottled gas


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bottled gas

[¦bäd·əld ′gas]
(materials)
Butane, propane, or butane-propane mixtures liquefied and bottled under pressure for use as a domestic cooking or heating fuel. Also known as bugas.
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The HGV carrying bottled gas stopped after the collision, but was then in collision with a third wagon towing a curtain side trailer.
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Turks take the full kitchen, including a barbecue (mangal in Turkish), bottled gas for making tea, china plates, metal knives and forks, glasses, etc.
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