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pressurized

adjective ( also UK -ised)
 
 
/ˈpreʃəraɪzd/
containing air or gas that is kept at a controlled pressure: a pressurized containerEnergy, force and powerPower and intensityThe state of matter
Translations of “pressurized”
in Chinese (Traditional) 加壓的,增壓的, 密封的…
in Russian находящийся под давлением…
in Turkish basınçlı, tazyikli…
in Chinese (Simplified) 加压的,增压的, 密封的…
in Polish pod ciśnieniem, ciśnieniowy…
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