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molar

adjective [not gradable]  us   /ˈmoʊ·lər/

molar adjective [not gradable] (FOUND IN A LIQUID)

chemistry containing one mole of a substance in each liter of a liquid

molar

noun [C]  us   /ˈmoʊ·lər/

molar noun [C] (TOOTH)

any of the large teeth at the back of the mouth, used for crushing and chewing food
Translations of “molar”
in Vietnamese răng hàm…
in Spanish molar, muela…
in Thai ฟันกราม…
in Malaysian molar…
in French molaire…
in German der Backenzahn…
in Chinese (Traditional) 臼齒,磨牙…
in Indonesian geraham…
in Chinese (Simplified) 臼齿,磨牙…
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