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substance

noun uk   us   /ˈsʌb.stəns/

substance noun (MATERIAL)

B2 [C or U] material with particular physical characteristics: an organic/chemical substance What sort of substance could withstand those temperatures?illegal substance formal an illegal drug
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substance noun (IMPORTANCE)

C2 [U] the most important part of what someone has said or written: Later that year, the substance of their secret conversation appeared in a newspaper article. [U] importance, seriousness, or relationship to real facts: There is no substance in/to the allegation. This new information gives substance to the stories we have heard.
Traducciones de “substance”
en árabe مادّة…
en coreano 물질…
in Malaysian bahan, unsur…
en francés substance…
en turco madde, cisim, gerçek ve önemlilik…
en italiano sostanza…
en chino (tradicionál) 材料, 物質…
en ruso вещество, правда, значение…
en polaco substancja, prawda, znaczenie…
in Vietnamese loại vật chất nào đó, chất…
en español sustancia…
en portugués substância…
in Thai สาร, สสาร…
en alemán die Substanz…
en catalán substància…
en japonés 物質…
in Indonesian bahan, unsur…
en chino (simplificado) 材料, 物质…
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