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Translation of "detergent" - English-Spanish dictionary

detergent

noun   /dɪˈtɜː·dʒənt/
a liquid or powder that is used to clean things detergente
(Definition of detergent from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

detergent

noun /diˈtəːdʒənt/
a (soapless) substance used for cleaning detergente She poured detergent into the washing machine.
(Definition of detergent from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “detergent”
in Korean 세제…
in Arabic مُنَظِّف…
in Malaysian bahan pencuci…
in French détergent…
in Russian моющее средство…
in Chinese (Traditional) 洗衣粉, 洗衣液, 清潔劑…
in Italian detergente…
in Turkish temizleyici/arıtıcı madde, deterjan…
in Polish proszek lub płyn lub żel do prania, detergent…
in Vietnamese chất tẩy…
in Portuguese detergente, sabão…
in Thai ผงซักฟอก…
in German das Waschmittel…
in Catalan detergent…
in Japanese 洗剤…
in Chinese (Simplified) 洗衣粉, 洗衣液, 清洁剂…
in Indonesian deterjen…
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