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Translation of "chlorine" - English-Spanish dictionary

chlorine

noun [no plural]   /ˈklɔː.riːn/ ( symbol Cl)
a chemical element that is a greenish-yellow gas with a strong smell, added to water in order to kill organisms that might cause infection cloro The chlorine in the pool makes my eyes sore.141
(Definition of chlorine from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

chlorine

noun /ˈkloːriːn/
(chemistry ) an element, a yellowish-green gas with a suffocating smell, used as a disinfectant etc cloro They put too much chlorine in the swimming-pool.
(Definition of chlorine from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “chlorine”
in Vietnamese chất clo…
in Malaysian klorin…
in Thai คลอรีน…
in French chlore…
in German das Chlor…
in Chinese (Simplified) 氯,氯气…
in Turkish klor…
in Russian хлор…
in Indonesian klorin…
in Chinese (Traditional) 氯,氯氣…
in Polish chlor…
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