Oil (disambiguation)

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Oil is any of a number of nonpolar, hydrophobic, and viscous liquids.

Oil most often refers to:

  • Big Oil, a name used to collectively describe major oil corporations.
  • Cooking oil, any liquid fat used in food preparation.
  • Lubricant, a substance that reduces friction between surfaces.
    • Lubrication, using a lubricant to reduce friction.
    • Motor oil, any lubricant used in internal combustion engines.
  • Petroleum (crude oil), naturally occurring liquid found beneath the Earth's surface, or a derived product:


Arts, entertainment, and media[edit]


  • Oil paint, paint with pigments suspended in an oil
  • Oil painting, the process of using paints based on oils




  • Oil, an early title of the U.S. TV series Blood and Oil
  • Oil, the original title of 1980s soap opera Dynasty


Other arts, entertainment, and media[edit]

  • Oil (film), a 2009 Italian documentary
  • Oil!, a novel by Upton Sinclair published in 1927



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