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alchemy

noun /(British ).ˈælkəmi; (American). ˈælkəmiː/
a science studied in the Middle Ages which involved trying to change ordinary metals into gold.
Alquimia
alchemist noun someone who studied alchemy.
Alquimista
Translations of “alchemy”
in Chinese (Traditional) 煉金術,煉丹術, (事物的)神秘變化…
in Chinese (Simplified) 炼金术,炼丹术, (事物的)神秘变化…
(Definition of alchemy from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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