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consumptionnoun [U]

uk   us   /kənˈsʌmp.ʃən/

consumption noun [U] (USE)

C1 the amount used or eaten: As a nation, our consumption of junk food is horrifying. We need to cut down on our fuel consumption by having fewer cars on the road. the act of using, eating, or drinking something: The meat was clearly unfit for human consumption (= not suitable for people to eat). These products are not for national consumption, but for export. the situation in which information, entertainment, etc. is intended for a particular group of people: This memo is for internal consumption only. The movie was not intended for public consumption.
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consumption noun [U] (DISEASE)

old-fashioned for tuberculosis (= a serious disease of the lungs)
Traducciones de “consumption”
en coreano 소비…
en árabe اسْتِهْلاك…
en portugués consumo…
en catalán consum…
en japonés 消費量…
en italiano consumo…
en chino (tradicionál) 使用, 消費量, 消耗量…
en ruso потребление…
en turco tüketim, tüketilen miktar, sarf…
en chino (simplificado) 使用, 消费量, 消耗量…
en polaco zużycie, spożycie…
(Definition of consumption from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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