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neonnoun [U]

us   /ˈni·ɑn/
a colorless gas, one of the chemical elements, that is often used in signs because it produces a bright light when an electric current goes through it: a neon sign
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in Vietnamese nê-ông…
in Spanish neón…
in Malaysian lampu neon…
in Thai นีออน…
in French néon…
in German das Neon…
in Chinese (Traditional) 氖,氖氣…
in Russian неон…
in Turkish neon, neon gazı/ışığı…
in Chinese (Simplified) 氖,氖气…
in Indonesian neon…
in Polish neon…
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