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volcano

noun   /vɒlˈkeɪ·nəʊ/ ( plural volcanoes, volcanos)
a mountain with a large hole at the top, through which hot liquid rock and gases are sometimes forced volcán an extinct/dormant volcano an active volcano
volcanic adjective /vɒlˈkæn·ɪk/
volcánico volcanic ash
(Definition of volcano from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

volcano

noun /volˈkeinəu/ ( plural volcanoes)
a hill or mountain with an opening through which molten rock, ashes etc periodically erupt, or have erupted in the past, from inside the earth volcán The village was destroyed when the volcano erupted.
volcanic /-ˈkӕ-/ adjective
of, like, or produced by, a volcano volcánico volcanic rock.
(Definition of volcano from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “volcano”
in Korean 화산…
in Arabic بُرْكان…
in Malaysian gunung berapi…
in French volcan…
in Russian вулкан…
in Chinese (Traditional) 火山…
in Italian vulcano…
in Turkish yanardağ, volkan…
in Polish wulkan…
in Vietnamese núi lửa…
in Portuguese vulcão…
in Thai ภูเขาไฟ…
in German der Vulkan…
in Catalan volcà…
in Japanese 火山…
in Chinese (Simplified) 火山…
in Indonesian gunung berapi…
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