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nuclear

adjective
 
 
/ˈnjuːkliər/ US   /ˈnuːkliər/
ENVIRONMENT, NATURAL RESOURCES, PRODUCTION relating to the power produced when the central part of an atom is divided or joined to another one: nuclear energy/power/fuel The country had agreed to disable its main nuclear fuel production plant by the end of the year. the nuclear industry a nuclear plant/facility
relating to weapons that use nuclear energy: a nuclear bomb/deterrent/war
Translations of “nuclear”
in Korean 핵의…
in Arabic نَوَوي…
in Portuguese nuclear…
in Catalan nuclear…
in Japanese 原子力の, 原子(核)の…
in Italian nucleare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 能源, 核能的, 使用核能的…
in Russian ядерный…
in Turkish nükleer, atom çekirdeğinin merkezine ilişkin…
in Chinese (Simplified) 能源, 核能的, 使用核能的…
in Polish jądrowy, nuklearny…
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