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Translation of "thermal" - English-Spanish dictionary

thermal

adjective   /ˈθɜː.məl/ specialized
connected with heat “térmico thermal conductivity (= ability of a substance to carry heat) It was the Romans who first recognized the medicinal benefits of Hungary’s thermal springs (= ones which produce hot water).1516
thermally adverb   /-mə.li/
(Definition of thermal from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

thermal

adjective /əθəːməl/
of heat termal; térmico thermal springs (= natural springs of warm or hot water) thermal units.
(Definition of thermal from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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