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Meaning of “magnesium” - Learner’s Dictionary

magnesium

noun [U]     /mæɡˈniːziəm/
a metallic element that burns very brightly, used to make fireworks (= explosives used to entertain people) (symbol Mg)Mineralogy
Translations of “magnesium”
in Spanish magnesio…
in Vietnamese Magiê (hóa học)…
in Thai ธาตุแมกนีเซียม…
in Malaysian magnesium…
in French magnésium…
in German das Magnesium…
in Indonesian magnesium…
in Chinese (Simplified) (化学元素)镁…
in Turkish magnezyum…
in Russian магний…
in Chinese (Traditional) (化學元素)鎂…
in Polish magnez…
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