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filter

noun /ˈfiltə/
a strainer or other device through which liquid, gas, smoke etc can pass, but not solid material
filtro
A filter is used to make sure that the oil is clean and does not contain any dirt (also adjective) filter paper.
a kind of screening plate used to change or correct certain colours/colors
filtro
If you are taking photographs in sun and snow, you should use a blue filter.
filtration noun the process of filtering something
filtración
(also adjective) a filtration plant/system.
filter-tip noun (a cigarette with) a filter.
(cigarrillo) con filtro, con boquilla
Translations of “filter”
in Korean 필터, 여과 장치…
in Arabic مِصْفاة…
in French filtre…
in Italian filtro…
in Chinese (Traditional) 除去物件的裝置, 濾器, 過濾器…
in Russian фильтр…
in Turkish süzgeç, filtre…
in Polish filtr…
in Portuguese filtro…
in German der Filter, Filter-……
in Catalan filtre…
in Japanese フィルター…
in Chinese (Simplified) 除去物件的设置, 滤器, 过滤器…
(Definition of filter from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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