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Translation of "membrane" - English-Spanish dictionary

membrane

noun   /ˈmem.breɪn/ specialized
anatomy a thin piece of skin that covers or connects parts of a person’s or animal’s body membrana The cornea is the transparent membrane that covers the front of the eye.533
engineering a very thin piece of material that covers an opening membrana 2111
biology the outer covering of a cell membrana a cell membrane111
(Definition of membrane from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

membrane

noun /ˈmembrein/
a thin film or layer of tissue that covers or lines parts of the body, forms the outside of cells etc membrana There is a membrane located just insde the eggshell.
(Definition of membrane from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “membrane”
in Vietnamese màng…
in Malaysian membran…
in Thai เยื่อบุผิว…
in French membrane…
in German die Membran…
in Chinese (Simplified) 膜, 薄膜, 膜状物…
in Turkish zar…
in Russian оболочка, перепонка…
in Indonesian selaput…
in Chinese (Traditional) 膜, 薄膜, 膜狀物…
in Polish błona…
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