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Translation of "toxic" - English-Spanish dictionary

toxic

adjective   /ˈtɒk·sɪk/
poisonous tóxico toxic chemicals
(Definition of toxic from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

toxic

adjective /ˈtoksik/
poisonous tóxico toxic substances.
toxin noun
a poisonous substance of plant or animal origin, especially one produced by bacteria that causes disease Toxina Toxins in the bloodstream can cause a variety of health problems.
(Definition of toxic from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “toxic”
in Korean 유독성의…
in Arabic سامّ…
in Malaysian toksik…
in French toxique…
in Russian токсический, ядовитый…
in Chinese (Traditional) 有毒的, 引起中毒的…
in Italian tossico…
in Turkish zehirli…
in Polish toksyczny, trujący…
in Vietnamese độc…
in Portuguese tóxico…
in Thai มีพิษ…
in German toxisch…
in Catalan tòxic…
in Japanese 有毒な, 毒のある…
in Chinese (Simplified) 有毒的, 引起中毒的…
in Indonesian beracun…
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