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nitrogen

noun [no plural]   /ˈnaɪ·trə·dʒən/
a gas that has no colour or smell and is the main part of air nitrógeno
(Definition of nitrogen from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

nitrogen

noun /ˈnaitrədʒən/
(chemistry ) (symbol N) an element, a type of gas making up nearly four-fifths of the air we breathe. nitrógeno
nitrate noun
any of several substances containing nitrogen often used as soil fertilizers. nitrato
(Definition of nitrogen from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “nitrogen”
in Korean 질소…
in Arabic غاز النَتروجين…
in Malaysian nitrogen…
in French azote…
in Russian азот…
in Chinese (Traditional) 氮(氣)…
in Italian azoto…
in Turkish nitrojen…
in Polish azot…
in Vietnamese Ni tơ…
in Portuguese nitrogênio…
in Thai ก๊าซไนโตรเจน…
in German der Stickstoff…
in Catalan nitrogen…
in Japanese 窒素…
in Chinese (Simplified) 氮(气)…
in Indonesian nitrogen…
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