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5.
An alcoholic beverage made of vodka and energy drink. It's more or less the same color, and has the same effect of giving you energy.
I'll make it to the after-bar if they're serving gasoline!
by kinglouie August 12, 2009
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1.
What americans call petroleum.
American: Imma fill mah car up with gas!


British: You're commiting suicide?
by Gumba Gumba February 21, 2004
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2.
the liquid you pour on a campfire to get it started. make sure you pour a lot and stand back when you throw the match in.
i poured too much gas on the fire. when geoff threw the match in it, it almost burned miller.
by gspot August 27, 2005
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3.
a favored drink by many, it comes in a few flavors, octane 87, octane 89,octane 91 and octane 94.
Man, hook me up with some gasoline
by matt Furlani October 06, 2003
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4.
An energy drink, specifically "Lost Energy", used for late night gaming.
Brian bought Cordell some gasoline so he could play more PS3.
by Brimart92 April 21, 2008
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6.
Gasoline: Hostile

Gasolinism: Hostility

Gasolinic: (adjective) Hostile



GASOLINE SCALE:



0-25%: Premium (A little hostile)

25-50%: Midgrade (Somewhat hostile)

50-75%: Regular (Pretty hostile)

75-100%: Leaded (SERIOUSLY hostile! You don't want Leaded!)

100-up%: JET FUEL! (Aahh, I'm not even gonna go there!)

For opposite definitions, see "Diesel".
SITUATION 1-

Dondo: Java, Buzz off!!

Java: Man, Adam! That's a sign of Gasolinism- right there! So, how Gasoline are you?

Dondo: Pretty Gasoline!

Java: All right then. (leaves)

Java: Guys, Adam's Gasoline rating is at Regular Unleaded. Why is this and what can I do to make him Diesel again?


SITUATION 2-

Friend: Daniel is having major problems with his girlfriend. She's been fighting and cheating on him.

Java: So, how Gasoline is she?

Friend: She is really, highly, and EXTREMELY Gasoline!

Java: Well, beyond Gasoline would be Jet Fuel...

Friend: Yes, She is JET FUEL!!
by Java September 07, 2004
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7.
Often shortened to gas. The oil-based substance on which most vehicles run and have run since 1900. Unfortunately, gasoline is polluting and expels harmful chemicals when burned such as carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, and ozone. While many consider gas prices to be high, note that bottled water costs way more than gasoline ever did, and nobody complains about its price. Although harmful in the short run, high gas prices will lead to a reduction in environmentally unfriendly SUVs and a shift to fuel-efficient or alternatively fueled cars (note, however, that high gas prices can be difficult or impossible to cope with during the current recession).
Many people fill their tanks with gasoline during their commute.
by Anonymous970 January 19, 2009
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