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Translation of "carbon" - English-French dictionary

carbon

/ˈkaːbən/
an element occurring as diamond and graphite and also in coal etc. carbone
carbon copy
a copy of writing or typing made by means of carbon paper. carbone
carbon dioxide /daiˈoksaid/
a gas present in the air, breathed out by man and other animals. gaz carbonique
carbon monoxide /məˈnoksaid/
a colourless, very poisonous gas which has no smell oxyde de carbone Carbon monoxide is given off by car engines.
carbon paper
a type of paper coated with carbon etc which makes a copy when placed between the sheets being written or typed. papier carbone
Translations of “carbon”
in Arabic كَربون…
in Korean 탄소…
in Malaysian arang…
in Turkish karbon…
in Italian carbonio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 物質, 碳…
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 from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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