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polar

adjective  us   /ˈpoʊ·lər/

polar adjective (OF A PLACE)

[not gradable] of or near the area around the most northern or most southern points of the earth: the polar ice cap a polar expedition

polar adjective (OF ELECTRICITY)

relating to either of the two ends of a magnet or two parts of a battery (= device that produces electricity) which have opposite charges : fig. The play’s main characters are polar opposites (= They are completely opposite). chemistry Polar also describes a substance whose molecules have opposite positive and negative poles
Traducciones de “polar”
en coreano 북극/남극의…
en árabe قُطْبي…
en portugués polar…
en catalán polar…
en japonés (北極・南極の)極地の…
en italiano polare…
en chino (tradicionál) 地方, 兩極的, 近兩極的…
en ruso полярный…
en turco kutup, kutba ait…
en chino (simplificado) 地方, 两极的, 近两极的…
en polaco polarny…
(Definition of polar from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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