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ethernoun

uk   /ˈiː.θər/  us   /-θɚ/

ether noun (MEDICAL)

[U] a clear liquid used, especially in the past, as an anaesthetic to make people sleep before a medical operation

ether noun (SKY)

the ether [S] the sky or the air, especially considered as being full of radio waves
Traducciones de “ether”
in Vietnamese ête…
en español éter…
in Thai สารอีเธอร์…
in Malaysian cecair eter…
en francés éther…
en alemán der Äther…
en chino (tradicionál) 醫學的, (尤指舊時用於麻醉的)醚,乙醚…
in Indonesian eter…
en chino (simplificado) 医学的, (尤指旧时用于麻醉的)醚,乙醚…
(Definition of ether from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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