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vapour

noun /ˈveipə/ /ˈveipə/
the gas-like form into which a substance can be changed by heating
vapor
water vapour/vapor.
mist, fumes or smoke in the air
vapor
Near the marshes the air was filled with a strange-smelling vapour/vapor.
vaporize verb ( (also vaporiseBritish)) to (cause to) change into a gas-like state
vaporizar(se), evaporar(se); esfumar(se)
The compressed gas vaporizes naturally when released from its storage tank.
Translations of “vapour”
in Arabic بُخار…
in Korean 증기…
in Malaysian wap…
in French vapeur…
in Turkish buhar…
in Italian vapore…
in Chinese (Traditional) 氣體, 蒸氣, 霧氣…
in Russian туман, пар…
in Polish para, mgiełka…
in Vietnamese hơi nước, hơi…
in Portuguese vapor…
in Thai ละอองน้ำ, หมอกควัน…
in German der Dampf, der Dunst…
in Catalan vapor…
in Japanese (英)蒸気…
in Indonesian uap, kabut…
in Chinese (Simplified) 气体, 蒸气, 雾气…
(Definition of vapour from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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