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aerosol

noun   /ˈeə·rə·sɒl/
a metal container that forces liquid out in small drops when you press a button aerosol
(Definition of aerosol from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

aerosol

noun /ˈeərəsol/
a mixture of liquid or solid particles and gas under pressure which is released from a container in the form of a mist aerosol Many deodorants come in the form of aerosols (also adjective) an aerosol spray.
(Definition of aerosol from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “aerosol”
in Korean 연무제…
in Arabic المِرْذاذ…
in Malaysian aerosol…
in French aérosol…
in Russian аэрозоль…
in Chinese (Traditional) 噴霧器…
in Italian aerosol, spray…
in Turkish sıkıldığında sıvıyı zerrecikler şeklinde fışkırtan metal kutu, sprey…
in Polish aerozol…
in Vietnamese bình phun…
in Portuguese aerossol…
in Thai ละอองของเหลว…
in German das Aerosol…
in Catalan aerosol…
in Japanese 噴霧器…
in Chinese (Simplified) 喷雾器…
in Indonesian erosol…
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