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División en sílabas: by·prod·uct
Pronunciación: /ˈbīˌprädəkt

Definición de byproduct en inglés:


(also by-product)
1An incidental or secondary product made in the manufacture or synthesis of something else: zinc is a byproduct of the glazing process
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Further down the valley on the old soda ash beds, wild orchids bloom on the alkaline soil, a by-product of soda manufacture.
  • The process of drilling for oil produces toxic by-products - drilling mud and poisonous waste water, which get dumped into the ocean.
  • Sugar cane fiber, a by-product of sugar manufacturing, can be made into paper.
1.1A secondary result, unintended but inevitably produced in doing or producing something else: he saw poverty as the byproduct of colonial prosperity
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Perhaps it was an inevitable by-product of the Bosman ruling, which allowed holders of EU passports to be treated the same as nationals.
  • Rumours are an inevitable by-product of the success he has had at Preston.
  • The snobbery and hatred of meritocracy that have been revealed this week are simply inevitable further by-products of monarchy.
ramification, repercussion, spinoff, fallout;

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Pronunciación: ˌtəːpsɪkəˈriːən
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