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French translation of “formula”

formula

noun /ˈfoːmjulə/ (plurals formulae /-liː/, formulas)
an arrangement of signs or letters used in chemistry, arithmetic etc to express an idea briefly
formule
a chemical formula the formula for water is H2O.
a recipe or set of instructions for making something
formule
The shampoo was made to a new formula.
(Definition of formula from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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