precipitate noun Meaning in Cambridge American English Dictionary
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precipitatenoun [C]

 /priˈsɪp·ə·t̬ɪt, -əˌteɪt/

precipitate noun [C] (SEPARATE)

chemistry a substance that separates from a liquid as a solid
Translations of “precipitate”
in Vietnamese chất kết tủa…
in Spanish precipitado…
in Thai ตะกอน…
in Malaysian mendak…
in French précipité…
in German der Niederschlag…
in Chinese (Traditional) 使發生, 促成, 使突如其來地發生…
in Indonesian endapan…
in Russian вызывать что-либо…
in Turkish oldurmak, yol açmak, hızlandırmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 使发生, 促成, 使突如其来地发生…
in Polish powodować, wywoływać…
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