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Translation of "ecology" - English-Spanish dictionary

ecology

noun /iˈkolədʒi/
(the study of) living things considered in relation to their environment
ecología
Pollution has a disastrous effect on the ecology of a region.
ecological /iː-/ adjective
ecológico
ecological concerns about the tropical rainforest.
ecologically adverb
ecológicamente
ecologist noun
ecologista
Translations of “ecology”
in Arabic عِلْم البيئة…
in Korean 생태 환경…
in Malaysian ekologi…
in French écologie…
in Turkish çevrebilim, ekoloji…
in Italian ecologia…
in Chinese (Traditional) (通常指一個特定區域的)生態, 生態學…
in Russian экология…
in Polish ekologia…
in Vietnamese sinh thái…
in Portuguese ecologia…
in Thai นิเวศวิทยา, ระบบนิเวศ…
in German die Ökologie…
in Catalan ecologia…
in Japanese エコロジー, 生態学…
in Indonesian ekologi…
in Chinese (Simplified) (通常指一个特定区域的)生态, 生态学…
(Definition of ecology from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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