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man-made
American English: /ˈˌmæn ˈˌmeɪd/
British English: /manˈmeɪd/

Translation of man-made in Spanish:

adjective

  • (lake)
    artificial
    (material)
    sintético
    man-made fibers
    fibras (feminine plural) sintéticas
    a man-made disaster
    un desastre provocado por el hombre
    Example sentences
    • Having a penchant for natural fabrics and dyes, he uses man-made fibers and chemical dyes as well.
    • Try to avoid polyester and other man-made fabrics, as they do not allow your skin to breathe.
    • The water park covers 40 square miles south of Cirencester and has 140 man-made lakes.
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