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Translation of "acid" - English-Spanish dictionary

acid

noun   /ˈæs·ɪd/
a liquid that burns or dissolves things ácido hydrochloric acid
adjective   /ˈæs·ɪd/ ( also acidic   /əˈsɪd·ɪk/)
containing acid, or having similar qualities to an acid ácido acid soil an acid smell/taste
(Definition of acid from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

acid

adjective /ˈӕsid/
(of taste) sharp or sour ácido Lemons and limes are acid fruits.
sarcastic mordaz, incisivo, sarcástico acid humour/humor.
(chemistry) containing acid Acido acid soil.
acidic adjective
Acidico an acidic taste.
acidity noun
the quality of containing acid or too much acid. acidez the acidity of the soil.
acid rain noun
rain that contains harmful chemicals from factory smoke and cars that damages trees and buildings Lluvia Acida the effects of acid rain on forests.
(Definition of acid from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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