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Spanish translation of “acid”

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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