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Translation of "layer" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary

layer

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈleɪ.ər/ US  //
a level of material, such as a type of rock or gas, which is different from the material above or below it, or a thin sheet of a substance
层;涂层
the ozone layer
臭氧层
A thick layer of clay lies over the sandstone.
沙岩上面有一层厚厚的黏土。
There was a thin layer of oil on the surface of the water.
水面上有一层薄薄的油膜。
We stripped several layers of paint off the door.
我们从门上剥落了好几层漆。
Coverings and layers
Translations of “layer”
in Korean 층…
in Arabic طَبَقة…
in Portuguese camada…
in Catalan capa…
in Japanese 層…
in Italian strato…
in Chinese (Traditional) 層, 塗層…
in Russian слой…
in Turkish tabaka, katman, kat…
in Polish warstwa…
(Definition of layer noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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