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chemistry

Pronunciation: /ˈkeməstri; ˈkemɪstri/

Translation of chemistry in Spanish:

noun/nombre

uncountable/no numerable
  • 1.1 (science) química (feminine)
    Example sentences
    • The plight of other sciences like physics, chemistry, biology and mathematics however, has not been recognised.
    • So I did a first year dentistry course which was physics, chemistry, maths and science.
    • It includes some of all the other sciences: physics, chemistry, and even biology in the form of nuclear medicine.
    1.2 (properties) propiedades (feminine plural), comportamiento (masculine)
    Example sentences
    • Many studies have observed significant changes in soil chemistry created by mound building animals in a wide range of habitats.
    • Not surprisingly, since the target molecules vary, insecticide chemistries vary.
    • Then we could study their brain chemistry and try to figure it out.
    1.3 (interaction) sintonía (feminine), vibraciones (feminine plural) the chemistry of love/worker-management relations la sintonía del amor/de las relaciones empleado-dirección good/bad chemistry buena/mala sintonía the chemistry between us was wrong entre nosotros no existía esa atracción mutua indispensable a certain chemistry develops between the performer and his audience se establece una comunicación muy especial entre el artista y su público
    Example sentences
    • Since the film is a character drama, it relies very heavily on the interaction and chemistry between the characters.
    • There's clearly something between these two, although it's more in the nature of sexual chemistry than love.
    • Anyway, he was charming, funny, smart and we had complete chemistry.

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