Word: nitric

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Related words: nitric

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Synonyms: nitric

azotic, nitrous

Translations: nitric

spanish
nítrico


german
salpetersauer

french
nitrique

italian
nitrico, azoto, di azoto, d'azoto, nitrica

portuguese
nítrico, n�rico, nítrico a, azótico

dutch
salpeter-, salpeterzuur, stikstofoxide, stikstofmonoxide

russian
азотный

norwegian
salpetersyre, saltpeter, nitrogenoksid, nitrat

swedish
salpetersyra, nitrat, salpeter-

finnish
typpi-, typpihapon, nitraatti-, typpihappo, typpihappoa

danish
salpetersyre, nitrat-, salpeter-, nitrogenoxid, nitratkvælstof

czech
dusičný, dusičná, dusičné, dusnatého, dusičnou

polish
azotowy, nitrowy, saletrowy

hungarian
salétromsavas, nitrogén, salétromsav, salétromsavval

turkish
nitrik, azot

greek
νιτρικό, νιτρικού, αζώτου, μονοξειδίου, του αζώτου

ukrainian
азотний

albanian
nitrik, azotit, nitrik i, nitrik të

bulgarian
азотен, азотна, нитратен, на азотен, азотния

belarusian
азотны

estonian
lämmastik-, lämmastikhappe, lämmastikhape, lämmastikoksiidi, nitraat-

croatian
nitričan, dušnikov, dušična, dušične, nitratna

icelandic
saltpéturssýru, saltpéturs-, saltpéturssýra, nitursýra, saltpét

lithuanian
azoto, nitratinis, nitrato

latvian
slāpekļa, slāpekļskābes, nitrātu, slāpekļskābe

macedonian
азотен, азотна, азотни, азотниот, нитратен

romanian
azotic, azot, de azot

slovenian
dušikove, dušikov, dušikova, dušikovega, nitratni

slovak
dusičnanový, dusnatý

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The meaning and "use of": nitric

adjective
  • of or containing nitrogen with a higher valence, often five.

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