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carbon dioxide

noun [no plural]
 
/ˌkɑː·bən dɑɪˈɒk·sɑɪd/
a gas that is produced when people or animals breathe out, or when carbon is burned
diossido di carbonio
Translations of “carbon dioxide”
in Korean 이산화탄소…
in Arabic ثاني أكسيد الكَربون…
in Portuguese dióxido de carbono…
in Catalan diòxid de carboni…
in Japanese 二酸化炭素…
in Chinese (Traditional) 二氧化碳…
in Russian углекислый газ…
in Turkish karbondioksit…
in Chinese (Simplified) 二氧化碳…
in Polish dwutlenek węgla…
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