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carbon

noun [U] (SUBSTANCE) 物質     /ˈkɑː.bən/ US  /ˈkɑːr-/
a simple chemical substance, which exists in its pure form as diamond or graphite , and is an important part of other substances such as coal and oil, as well as being contained in all plants and animals Chemical elements
carbonic     adjective specialized
containing carbon 含碳的 Chemical elements
Translations of “carbon”
in Arabic كَربون…
in Korean 탄소…
in Malaysian arang…
in French carbone…
in Turkish karbon…
in Italian carbonio…
in Russian углерод…
in Polish węgiel…
in Vietnamese cacbon…
in Spanish carbón, carbono…
in Portuguese carbono…
in Thai คาร์บอน…
in German der Kohlenstoff…
in Catalan carbó…
in Japanese 炭素…
in Indonesian karbon…
in Chinese (Simplified) 物质, 碳…
(Definition of carbon noun (SUBSTANCE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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