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nuclear

adjective [always before noun]
 
 
/ˈnjuːkliər/
ENERGY B2 relating to the energy that is released when the nucleus (= central part) of an atom is divided
nükleer
nuclear weapons/waste a nuclear power plantFuelsPetroleum products especially when used as fuelParticular theories and concepts in physics
PART OF ATOM relating to the nucleus (= central part) of an atom
atom çekirdeğinin merkezine ilişkin
nuclear physics Particular theories and concepts in physics
Translations of “nuclear”
in Korean 핵의…
in Arabic نَوَوي…
in Portuguese nuclear…
in Catalan nuclear…
in Japanese 原子力の, 原子(核)の…
in Italian nucleare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 能源, 核能的, 使用核能的…
in Russian ядерный…
in Chinese (Simplified) 能源, 核能的, 使用核能的…
in Polish jądrowy, nuklearny…
(Definition of nuclear from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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