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Translation of "smog" - English-Spanish dictionary

smog

noun [no plural]   /smɒɡ/
air pollution in a city that is a mixture of smoke, gases, and chemicals niebla producida por la contaminación
(Definition of smog from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

smog

noun /smoɡ/
fog mixed with smoke and fumes from factories, houses, vehicles etc niebla mezclada con humo Some big cities have a problem with smog.
(Definition of smog from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “smog”
in Korean 스모그, 연무…
in Arabic ضَباب ودُخّان…
in Malaysian asbut…
in French smog…
in Russian смог…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指城市中的)煙霧…
in Italian smog…
in Turkish hava kirliliğine sebep olan dumanlı sis…
in Polish smog…
in Vietnamese sương khói…
in Portuguese mistura de nevoeiro e poluição…
in Thai หมอกควัน…
in German der Smog…
in Catalan boirum…
in Japanese (空気汚染の)スモッグ…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指城市中的)烟雾…
in Indonesian asap kabut…
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