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geologynoun [U]

us   /dʒiˈɑl·ə·dʒi/
earth science the study of the rocks and physical processes of the earth in order to understand its origin and history
geological
adjective [not gradable] us   /ˌdʒi·əˈlɑdʒ·ɪ·kəl/ also geologic, us   /ˌdʒi·əˈlɑdʒ·ɪk/
a geological survey
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Translations of “geology”
in Korean 지질학…
in Arabic عِلْم طَبقات الأرْض (الجيولوجيا)…
in Malaysian geologi…
in French géologie…
in Russian геология…
in Chinese (Traditional) 地質學…
in Italian geologia…
in Turkish jeoloji, yerbilimi…
in Polish geologia…
in Spanish geología…
in Vietnamese địa chất học…
in Portuguese geologia…
in Thai ธรณีวิทยา…
in German die Geologie…
in Catalan geologia…
in Japanese 地質学…
in Chinese (Simplified) 地质学…
in Indonesian geologi…
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