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Translation of "biology" - English-Spanish dictionary

biology

noun /baiˈolədʒi/
the science of living things
biología
human biology (also adjective) a biology lesson.
biological /-ˈlo-/ adjective
biológico
biological research.
biologically /-ˈlo-/ adverb
biológicamente
biologically active substances.
biologist noun
biólogo
a molecular biologist.
biological warfare noun the use of germs as a weapon.
guerra bacteorológica
The regime was accused of using biological warfare.
Translations of “biology”
in Arabic عِلْم الأحْياء…
in Korean 생물…
in Malaysian biologi…
in French (de) biologie…
in Turkish yaşayan canlılar bilimi, biyoloji…
in Italian biologia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 生物學…
in Russian биология…
in Polish biologia…
in Vietnamese sinh vật học…
in Portuguese biologia…
in Thai ชีววิทยา…
in German die Biologie…
in Catalan biologia…
in Japanese 生物学…
in Indonesian biologi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 生物学…
(Definition of biology from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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