experiment noun translation to Portuguese: Cambridge Dictionary
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experiment

noun
 
/ɪkˈsper·ɪ·mənt/
B1 a test, especially a scientific one, that you do in order to discover if something is true
experimento, experiência
We do lots of experiments in class.
Translations of “experiment”
in Arabic تَجْرِبة…
in Korean 실험…
in Malaysian ujikaji…
in French expérience…
in Turkish deney…
in Italian esperimento…
in Chinese (Traditional) 實驗, 試驗, 試用…
in Russian эксперимент, опыт…
in Polish eksperyment, doświadczenie…
in Vietnamese cuộc thử nghiệm, cuộc thí nghiệm…
in Spanish experimento…
in Thai การทดลองทางวิทยาศาสตร์…
in German der Versuch, das Experiment…
in Catalan experiment…
in Japanese 実験…
in Indonesian percobaan, eksperimen…
in Chinese (Simplified) 实验, 试验, 试用…
(Definition of experiment noun from the Cambridge English-Portuguese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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