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aerosol

noun [C] uk   /ˈeə.rə.sɒl/  us   /ˈer.ə.sɑːl/
a metal container in which liquids are kept under pressure and forced out in a spray
Translations of “aerosol”
in Arabic المِرْذاذ…
in Korean 연무제…
in Malaysian aerosol…
in French aérosol…
in Turkish sıkıldığında sıvıyı zerrecikler şeklinde fışkırtan metal kutu, sprey…
in Italian aerosol, spray…
in Chinese (Traditional) 噴霧器…
in Russian аэрозоль…
in Polish aerozol…
in Vietnamese bình phun…
in Spanish aerosol…
in Portuguese aerossol…
in Thai ละอองของเหลว…
in German das Aerosol…
in Catalan aerosol…
in Japanese 噴霧器…
in Indonesian erosol…
in Chinese (Simplified) 喷雾器…
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