carbon

carbon
(an element occurring as diamond and graphite and also in coal etc.) carbono
- carbon dioxide
- carbon monoxide
- carbon paper

carbon n carbono


carbón sustantivo masculino
a) (mineral) coal;
negro como el carbón as black as coal
b) (vegetal) charcoal

carbón sustantivo masculino coal
carbón mineral, coal
carbón vegetal, charcoal 'carbón' also found in these entries: Spanish: anhídrido - bióxido - calco - carbonizarse - carbono - CECA - óxido - turba - apalear - brasero - calcado - carbonilla - echar - mina - monóxido - pala - papel English: absorb - carbon - carbon copy - carbon dating - carbon dioxide - carbon fibre - carbon paper - charcoal - coal - Coke - colliery - convert - dioxide - pit - scuttle - stoke - throw on - coke - fire - supply
carbon
tr['kɑːbən]
noun
1 SMALLCHEMISTRY/SMALL carbono
\
SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
to be a carbon copy of somebody/something ser un calco de alguien/algo
carbon copy copia (hecha con papel carbón)
carbon dioxide dióxido de carbono
carbon monoxide monóxido de carbono
carbon paper papel nombre masculino carbón
carbon ['kɑrbən] n
1) : carbono m
carbon
n.
carboncillo s.m.
carbonilla s.f.
carbono (Química) s.m.
carbón (Química) s.m.
'kɑːrbən, 'kɑːbən
noun
1) u (Chem) carbono m
2) c
a) (paper) carbon paper
b) (copy) carbon copy
['kɑːbǝn]
1. N
1) (Chem) carbono m
2) (Elec) carbón m
3) (=carbon paper) papel m de calco, papel m carbón, papel m carbónico (S. Cone)
2.
CPD

carbon capture N — captura f de carbono

carbon capture and storage N — captura f y almacenamiento de carbono

carbon copy N(typing) copia f hecha con papel de carbón; (fig) vivo retrato m

he's a carbon copy of my uncle — es el vivo retrato de mi tío, es calcado a mi tío

carbon credit N — crédito m de carbono

carbon cycle N — ciclo m del carbono

carbon dating N — datación f utilizando carbono 14

carbon dioxide N — bióxido m de carbono

carbon emissions NPL — emisiones fpl de dióxido de carbono

carbon fibre N — fibra f de carbono

carbon footprint N — huella f ecológica

carbon monoxide N — monóxido m de carbono

carbon paper N — papel m de calco, papel m carbón, papel m carbónico (S. Cone)

carbon ribbon N — cinta f mecanográfica de carbón

carbon sink N — secuestro m de carbono

carbon tax N — impuesto m sobre el carbono

carbon tetrachloride N — tetracloruro m de carbono

carbon trading N — comercio m de derechos de emisión

* * *
['kɑːrbən, 'kɑːbən]
noun
1) u (Chem) carbono m
2) c
a) (paper) carbon paper
b) (copy) carbon copy

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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