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hydrogen

noun /ˈhaidrədʒən/
(chemistry ) (symbol H) an element, the lightest gas, which burns and which, when combined with oxygen, produces water.
hidrógeno
hydrogen bomb /ˈeitʃbom/ noun ( also H-bomb) a very powerful bomb in which the explosion is caused by turning hydrogen into helium at a very high temperature.
bomba de hidrógeno
Translations of “hydrogen”
in Arabic هيدروجين…
in Korean 수소…
in Malaysian hidrogen…
in French hydrogène…
in Turkish hidrojen…
in Italian idrogeno…
in Chinese (Traditional) 氫,氫氣…
in Russian водород…
in Polish wodór…
in Vietnamese Hyđrô…
in Portuguese hidrogênio…
in Thai ก๊าซไฮโดรเจน…
in German der Wasserstoff…
in Catalan hidrogen…
in Japanese 水素…
in Indonesian hidrogen…
in Chinese (Simplified) 氢,氢气…
(Definition of hydrogen from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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