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potassiumnoun [U]

us   /pəˈtæs·i·əm/
a soft, silver-white metal that burns quickly in the air and is used in special hard glasses and fertilizers (= substances that help crops grow better)
(Definition of potassium from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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Translations of “potassium”
in Vietnamese ka-li…
in Spanish potasio…
in Malaysian kalium…
in Thai ธาตุโพแทสเซียม…
in French potassium…
in German das Kalium…
in Chinese (Traditional) 鉀…
in Russian калий…
in Turkish potasyum…
in Chinese (Simplified) 钾…
in Indonesian potas…
in Polish potas…
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