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Translation of "gas" - English-Spanish dictionary

gas

noun /ɡӕs/
a substance like air gas Oxygen, Hydrogen and other gases. any gas which is used for heating, cooking etc gas (also adjective) a gas stove. a gas which is used by dentists as an anaesthetic. anestesia a poisonous or irritating gas used in war etc gas The police used tear gas to control the riot. gaseous /ˈɡӕsiəs/ adjective of or like (a) gas gaseoso a gaseous substance. gasify /ˈɡæsiˌfai/ verb ( past tense, past participle gasified) (chemistry, physics) to become or convert into a gas gasificar Wood is gasified when it is heated to a temperature greater than 450°C. gasification /ˌɡæsifiˈkeiʃən/ noun gasificación gassy adjective full of gas gaseoso gassy lemonade. gassiness noun estado gaseoso gas chamber noun a room in which people are killed by means of gas cámara de gas Many people were sent to the gas chamber in World War II. gas mask noun something which is used to cover the face to prevent a person breathing poisonous gas careta antigás He was wearing a gas mask. gas meter noun an instrument which measures the amount of gas which is used contador de gas A man came to check the gas meter this afternoon. gasoline /ˈɡӕsəliːn/ noun ( gasolene) (American) petrol gasolina gas station noun (American) a petrol station. gasolinera gasworks noun singular a place where gas is made fábrica de gas The town gasworks is rather an ugly building.
(Definition of gas from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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