Definition of 'aerosol'
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In short, I told them that U-13 should be destroyed and that we should not attempt to deliver Marburg by aerosol. CHAMELEON (2002)Timothy and Fiona sauntered on, exuding young love like an aerosol spray. THE DISPOSAL OF THE LIVING (2002)
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Translations for 'aerosol'
British English: aerosol /ˈɛərəˌsɒl/ NOUN
An aerosol is a small container in which a liquid such as paint is kept under pressure. When you press a button, the liquid is forced out as a fine spray or foam.
...an aerosol can of insecticide.
- American English: aerosol
- Arabic: أَيْرُوسُول
- Brazilian Portuguese: aerossol
- Chinese: 气雾剂
- Croatian: sprej
- Czech: sprej
- Danish: spraydåse
- Dutch: aerosol
- European Spanish: aerosol
- Finnish: suihke
- French: aérosol
- German: Aerosol
- Greek: αεροζόλ
- Italian: aerosol
- Japanese: エアゾール
- Korean: 에어로졸
- Norwegian: aerosol
- Polish: aerozol
- European Portuguese: aerossol
- Romanian: aerosol
- Russian: аэрозоль
- Spanish: aerosol
- Swedish: aerosol
- Thai: ละอองของเหลว
- Turkish: aerosol
- Ukrainian: аерозоль
- Vietnamese: bình phun
Definition of aerosol from the Collins English Dictionary
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