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Translation of "protein" - English-Spanish dictionary

protein

noun   /ˈprəʊ·tiːn/
a substance found in foods such as meat and milk that is necessary for the body to grow and be strong proteína
(Definition of protein from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

protein

noun /ˈprəutiːn/
any of a large number of substances present in milk, eggs, meat etc, which are necessary as part of the food of human beings and animals. proteína
(Definition of protein from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “protein”
in Korean 단백질…
in Arabic بروتين…
in Malaysian protein…
in French protéine…
in Russian белок, протеин…
in Chinese (Traditional) 蛋白質…
in Italian proteina…
in Turkish protein…
in Polish białko, proteina…
in Vietnamese chất đạm protein…
in Portuguese proteína…
in Thai โปรตีน…
in German das Protein…
in Catalan proteïna…
in Japanese たんぱく質…
in Chinese (Simplified) 蛋白质…
in Indonesian protein…
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