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Translation of "environment" - English-Spanish dictionary

environment

noun   /ɪnˈvaɪə·rən·mənt/
the environment
B1 the air, land, and water where people, animals, and plants live el medioambiente The new road may cause damage to the environment.
the situation that you live or work in, and how it changes how you feel ambiente We are working in a very competitive environment.
(Definition of environment from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

environment

noun /inˈvaiərənmənt/
(a set of) surrounding conditions, especially those influencing development or growth entorno, medio ambiente An unhappy home environment may drive a teenager to crime We should protect the environment from destruction by modern chemicals etc.
environmental /-ˈmen-/ adjective
ambiental environmental health.
environmentalist noun
a person who wants to stop the damage being done to the environment by humans. ecologista
environmentally friendly adjective
not harming the natural environment ecológico, respetuoso con el medio ambiente environmentally friendly products/packaging.
(Definition of environment from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “environment”
in Korean (생활)환경…
in Arabic بيئة…
in Malaysian persekitaran…
in French milieu, environnement…
in Russian обстановка, атмосфера…
in Chinese (Traditional) 自然…
in Italian ambiente…
in Turkish yaşanan/çalışılan çevre…
in Polish otoczenie…
in Vietnamese môi trường…
in Portuguese ambiente…
in Thai สภาพแวดล้อม…
in German die Umgebung, die Umwelt…
in Catalan entorn…
in Japanese (周囲の)環境…
in Chinese (Simplified) 自然…
in Indonesian lingkungan…
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