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airtight

adjective uk   /ˈeə.taɪt/  us   /ˈer-/
completely closed so that no air can get in or out: Biscuits will stay crisp if you keep them in an airtight container.
Translations of “airtight”
in Korean 기밀의, 밀폐된…
in Arabic مُحكَم الغَلق…
in Portuguese hermético…
in Catalan hermètic…
in Japanese 密閉の, 空気を通さない…
in Italian ermetico…
in Chinese (Traditional) 密封的,氣密的,不透氣的…
in Russian герметичный…
in Turkish hava geçirmez…
in Chinese (Simplified) 密封的,气密的,不透气的…
in Polish hermetyczny, szczelny…
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