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formula

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈfɔːmjələ/ ( plural formulas, formulae)
METHOD a plan or method that is used to achieve something
przepis
There's no magic formula for success.Ways of achieving things
RULE a set of letters, numbers, or symbols that are used to express a mathematical or scientific rule
wzór
Calculations and calculatingAddition, subtraction, multiplication and division
LIST a list of the substances that something is made of
receptura, skład
Scientific techniques
Translations of “formula”
in Arabic صيغة…
in Korean 화학식…
in Malaysian rumus, formula…
in French formule…
in Turkish plan, çözüm yolu, yöntem…
in Italian formula…
in Chinese (Traditional) 方法/規則, 慣例, 配方…
in Russian способ, рецепт, формула…
in Vietnamese công thức, công thức chế tạo…
in Spanish fórmula…
in Portuguese fórmula…
in Thai สูตร, ตำรับ…
in German die Formel, das Rezept…
in Catalan fórmula…
in Japanese 分子式, (数学などの)公式…
in Indonesian rumus, formula…
in Chinese (Simplified) 方法/规则, 惯例, 配方…
(Definition of formula from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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