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man-made

adjective uk   us   /ˌmænˈmeɪd/
artificial rather than natural: man-made fibres It's a man-made lake.
Translations of “man-made”
in Korean 인공의…
in Arabic مِن صُنْع الإنْسان…
in Portuguese artificial…
in Catalan artificial, sintètic…
in Japanese 人造の…
in Italian artificiale…
in Chinese (Traditional) 人造的, 合成的, 人為的…
in Russian искусственный…
in Turkish insan yapısı, kul yapımı, yapay…
in Chinese (Simplified) 人造的, 合成的, 人为的…
in Polish sztuczny…
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