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Translation of "synthesis" - English-Spanish dictionary

synthesis

noun /ˈsinθəsis/ ( plural syntheses /-siːz/)
(something produced through) the process of combining separate parts, eg chemical elements or substances, into a whole síntesis Plastic is produced by synthesis His recent book is a synthesis of several of his earlier ideas.
synthesize verb ( (also synthesiseBritish))
to make (eg a drug) by synthesis sintetizar Some hormones can be synthesized.
synthesizer verb ( (also synthesiserBritish))
an electronic instrument, usually used with a keyboard, that can copy the sounds of various musical instruments. Sintetizador
synthetic /sinˈθetik/ noun, adjective
(a substance) produced artificially by a chemical process sintético nylon and other synthetic materials / synthetics.
Translations of “synthesis”
in Vietnamese sự tổng hợp…
in Thai การสังเคราะห์…
in Malaysian sintesis…
in French synthèse…
in German die Synthese…
in Chinese (Traditional) 化學生產, 合成…
in Indonesian sintesis…
in Russian синтез…
in Turkish sentez, bireşim, terkip…
in Chinese (Simplified) 化学生产, 合成…
in Polish synteza…
(Definition of synthesis from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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