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Translation of "laboratory" - English-Spanish dictionary

laboratory

noun   /ləˈbɒr·ə·tər·i/ ( plural laboratories)
B1 a room used for scientific work laboratorio research laboratories
(Definition of laboratory from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

laboratory

noun /ləˈborətəri, (American) ˈlӕbrətoːri/ ( plural laboratories)
(abbreviated to lab /lab/) a place where scientific experiments are carried on or where drugs etc are prepared laboratorio Samples of her blood were sent to the hospital lab(oratory) for testing.
(Definition of laboratory from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “laboratory”
in Korean 실험실…
in Arabic مُخْتَبَر, مَعْمَل…
in Malaysian makmal…
in French laboratoire…
in Russian лаборатория…
in Chinese (Traditional) 實驗室, 實驗大樓…
in Italian laboratorio…
in Turkish laboratuvar…
in Polish laboratorium, pracownia…
in Vietnamese phòng thí nghiệm…
in Portuguese laboratório…
in Thai ห้องทดลอง…
in German das Laboratorium…
in Catalan laboratori…
in Japanese 実験室, 研究室…
in Chinese (Simplified) 实验室, 实验大楼…
in Indonesian laboratorium…
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