Word: plasma

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Synonyms: plasma

blood plasma, plasm

Translations: plasma

spanish
plasma


german
plasma

french
plasma

italian
plasma

portuguese
de plasma, plasmática, do plasma, no plasma

dutch
het plasma, een plasma, plasmascherm

russian
гелиотроп, плазма, протоплазма

norwegian
plasmaskjerm

swedish
plasman

finnish
plasman, plasmassa, plasmasta

danish
plasma-, plasmaet

czech
plazma, plazmová, plazmové, plazmovou, v plazmě

polish
osocze, plazma

hungarian
vérplazma, plazma, plazmában, a plazma

turkish
plazma

greek
πλάσμα, πλάσματος, στο πλάσμα, του πλάσματος, το πλάσμα

ukrainian
плазма

albanian
plazmë, plazma, plazmës, të plazmës, e plazmës

bulgarian
плазма, плазмен, плазмата, плазмена, плазмената

belarusian
плазма

estonian
plasmas, vereplasmas, plasmast, vereplasma

croatian
plazma, plazmi, u plazmi, plazme

icelandic
í plasma, blóðvökva, plasmaþéttni, í blóðvökva

lithuanian
plazma, plazmos, plazmoje, plazminiu, kraujo plazmoje

latvian
plazma, plazmas, plazmā, plazmu, ar plazmas

macedonian
плазма, плазмата, плазматски, плазматските, во плазмата

romanian
plasmă, cu plasmă, plasmatică, plasmatic

slovenian
plazme, plazma, plazmo, plazmi, plazemski

slovak
plazma, plazmové, plazmu, plazmy, plazmových

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The meaning and "use of": plasma

noun
  • the colorless fluid part of blood, lymph, or milk, in which corpuscles or fat globules are suspended.
  • an ionized gas consisting of positive ions and free electrons in proportions resulting in more or less no overall electric charge, typically at low pressures (as in the upper atmosphere and in fluorescent lamps) or at very high temperatures (as in stars and nuclear fusion reactors).
  • a dark green, translucent variety of quartz used in mosaic and for other decorative purposes.

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