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lavanoun [U]

uk   us   /ˈlɑː.və/
hotliquidrock that comes out of the ​earth through a volcano, or the ​solidrockformed when it ​cools: molten lava
(Definition of lava from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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lavanoun [U]

 us   /ˈlɑv·ə, ˈlæv·ə/
earth science hotliquidrock that comes out of a volcano , or the ​solidrockformed when ​liquidrockcools
(Definition of lava from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “lava”
in Korean 용암…
in Arabic حُمَم بُرْكانِيّة…
in Malaysian lava…
in French lave…
in Russian лава…
in Chinese (Traditional) (火山噴出的)岩漿,熔岩, 火山岩…
in Italian lava…
in Turkish lav…
in Polish lawa…
in Spanish lava…
in Vietnamese dung nham…
in Portuguese lava…
in Thai ลาวา…
in German die Lava…
in Catalan lava…
in Japanese 溶岩…
in Chinese (Simplified) (火山喷出的)岩浆,熔岩, 火山岩…
in Indonesian lahar…
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