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iodinenoun [U]

 us   /ˈɑɪ·əˌdɑɪn, -ˌdin, -dən/
chemistry, biology a ​chemicalelementfound in ​smallamounts in ​seawater, and used in ​medicine, ​photography, and as a ​dye (= ​substance for ​changing something's ​color) to ​discover whether there is ​starch (= ​substancefound in ​plants) in ​cells
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Translations of “iodine”
in Spanish yodo…
in Vietnamese I ốt, nước muối…
in Malaysian iodin…
in Thai ธาตุไอโอดีน, สารประกอบไอโอดีนใช้ประกอบเป็นยาฆ่าเชื้อโรค…
in French iode, (teinture d’)iode…
in German das Jod…
in Chinese (Simplified) 碘…
in Turkish iyot, tendürdiyot…
in Russian йод…
in Indonesian iodin…
in Chinese (Traditional) 碘…
in Polish jod…
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