liquefied petroleum gas

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liquefied petroleum gas (plural liquefied petroleum gases)

  1. A mixture of propane and butane with traces of some other gases, which is kept in a liquid state at high pressure in metal bottles, and used as a source of gas for cooking, heating and as a fuel in internal combustion engines in vehicles.

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