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Catalan translation of “element”

element

noun
 
/ˈel·ɪ·mənt/
a part of something
element
This book has all the elements of a good story.
an element of something a small amount of something
un mica d’ac
There’s an element of truth in what she says.
a simple substance that you cannot reduce to smaller chemical parts
element
Iron is a common element.
be in your element to be happy because you are doing what you like doing and what you are good at
trobar-se en el seu element
I’m in my element at a children’s party.
(Definition of element from the Cambridge English-Catalan Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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