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hydrogen

noun [U]  us   /ˈhɑɪ·drə·dʒən/
physics the lightest gas, one of the chemical elements, and having no color, taste, or smell
Translations of “hydrogen”
in Arabic هيدروجين…
in Korean 수소…
in Malaysian hidrogen…
in French hydrogène…
in Turkish hidrojen…
in Italian idrogeno…
in Chinese (Traditional) 氫,氫氣…
in Russian водород…
in Polish wodór…
in Vietnamese Hyđrô…
in Spanish hidrógeno…
in Portuguese hidrogênio…
in Thai ก๊าซไฮโดรเจน…
in German der Wasserstoff…
in Catalan hidrogen…
in Japanese 水素…
in Indonesian hidrogen…
in Chinese (Simplified) 氢,氢气…
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