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CFC

noun [C] uk   us   /ˌsiː.efˈsiː/
abbreviation for chlorofluorocarbon: a gas used in fridges and, in the past, in aerosols (= a metal container in which liquids are kept under pressure and forced out in drops): CFCs cause damage to the ozone layer.
Translations of “CFC”
in Vietnamese khí CFC…
in Spanish Clorofluorocarburos…
in Thai สารคลอโรฟลูออโรคาร์บอน…
in Malaysian CFC…
in Chinese (Traditional) 含氯氟烴,氯氟化碳…
in Indonesian CFC…
in Russian фторхлористый углерод…
in Turkish kloroflorokarbon, soğutucu gaz…
in Chinese (Simplified) 含氯氟烃,氯氟化碳…
in Polish CFC…
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