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Translation of "oxygen" - English-Spanish dictionary

oxygen

noun [no plural]   /ˈɒk·sɪ·dʒən/
a gas in the air that people and animals need to breathe oxígeno
(Definition of oxygen from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

oxygen

noun /ˈoksidʒən/
(chemistry ) (symbol O) an element, a gas without taste, colour/color or smell, forming part of the air oxígeno He died from lack of oxygen.
oxygen mask noun
a mask through which a person can breathe oxygen. mascarilla de oxígeno
(Definition of oxygen from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “oxygen”
in Korean 산소…
in Arabic أوكْسيجين…
in Malaysian oksigen…
in French oxygène…
in Russian кислород…
in Chinese (Traditional) 氧,氧氣…
in Italian ossigeno…
in Turkish oksijen…
in Polish tlen…
in Vietnamese khí oxy…
in Portuguese oxigênio…
in Thai ก๊าซออกซิเจน…
in German der Sauerstoff…
in Catalan oxigen…
in Japanese 酸素…
in Chinese (Simplified) 氧,氧气…
in Indonesian oksigen…
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