emulsion Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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emulsionnoun [C or U]

uk   us   /ɪˈmʌl.ʃən/
a ​mixture that ​results when one ​liquid is ​added to another and is ​mixed with it but does not ​dissolve into it: Mixing ​oil and ​vinegar together ​produces an emulsion. a water-based ​paint that is not ​shiny when ​dry: emulsion ​paint
(Definition of emulsion from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “emulsion”
in Spanish emulsión…
in Vietnamese nhũ tương…
in Malaysian emulsi…
in Thai ของเหลวที่มีลักษณะคล้ายนม…
in French émulsion…
in German die Emulsion…
in Chinese (Simplified) 乳浊液, 乳状液, 乳胶漆…
in Turkish plastik boya…
in Russian водоэмульсионная краска…
in Indonesian emulsi…
in Chinese (Traditional) 乳濁液, 乳狀液, 乳膠漆…
in Polish emulsja…
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