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pollute

verb /pəˈluːt/
to make dirty
contaminar
Chemicals are polluting the air.
pollutant /pəˈluːtənt/ noun a substance that damages the environment
Contaminante
an industrial pollutant.
polluted /pəˈluːtid/ adjective dirty and dangerous for people to use
Contaminado
a severely polluted river.
pollution /-ʃən/ noun
contaminación
atmospheric pollution.
Translations of “pollute”
in Arabic يُلَوِّث…
in Korean 오염시키다…
in Malaysian mencemarkan…
in French polluer…
in Turkish kirletmek, pisletmek…
in Italian inquinare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 污染…
in Russian загрязнять (окружающую среду)…
in Polish zanieczyszczać…
in Vietnamese ô nhiễm…
in Portuguese poluir…
in Thai ทำให้สกปรก…
in German verschmutzen…
in Catalan pol·luir, contaminar…
in Japanese ~を汚染する…
in Indonesian mencemari…
in Chinese (Simplified) 污染…
(Definition of pollute from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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