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Translation of "toxic" - English-Turkish dictionary

toxic

adjective
 
 
/ˈtɒksɪk/
B2 poisonous
zehirli
toxic chemicals/fumes toxic waste (= poisonous waste materials produced by industry) Poisoning and allergy
toxicity
 
 
/tɒkˈsɪsəti/ noun [U] formal
how poisonous a substance is
zehirlilik oranı
Poisoning and allergy
Translations of “toxic”
in Arabic سامّ…
in Korean 유독성의…
in Malaysian toksik…
in French toxique…
in Italian tossico…
in Chinese (Traditional) 有毒的, 引起中毒的…
in Russian токсический, ядовитый…
in Polish toksyczny, trujący…
in Vietnamese độc…
in Spanish tóxico…
in Portuguese tóxico…
in Thai มีพิษ…
in German toxisch…
in Catalan tòxic…
in Japanese 有毒な, 毒のある…
in Indonesian beracun…
in Chinese (Simplified) 有毒的, 引起中毒的…
(Definition of toxic from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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