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unleaded

adjective [not gradable]  /ʌnˈled·ɪd/ us  
(of gasoline (= a fuel)) not containing lead (= a metal): Most cars today use unleaded gas.
Translations of “unleaded”
in Korean 무연의…
in Arabic غَيْر مُدَعَّم بِالرَّصاص…
in Portuguese sem chumbo…
in Catalan sense plom…
in Japanese (ガソリンなどが)無鉛の…
in Italian senza piombo…
in Chinese (Traditional) (汽油或其他物質)無鉛的…
in Russian неэтилированный…
in Turkish kurşunsuz…
in Chinese (Simplified) (汽油或其他物质)无铅的…
in Polish bezołowiowy…
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