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inorganic

adjective uk   /ˌɪn.ɔːˈɡæn.ɪk/  us   /-ɔːr-/ specialized
not being or consisting of living material, or (of chemical substances) containing no carbon or only small amounts of carbon: Salt is an inorganic chemical. The meteorites contained only inorganic material.
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in Vietnamese vô cơ…
in Spanish inorgánico…
in Thai อนินทรีย์…
in Malaysian tak organik…
in French inorganique…
in German unorganisch…
in Chinese (Traditional) 無生物的, 無機的…
in Indonesian anorganik…
in Russian неорганический…
in Turkish cansız şeylerden oluşan, cansız, inorganik…
in Chinese (Simplified) 无生物的, 无机的…
in Polish nieorganiczny…
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