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modifier
American English: /ˈmɑdəˌfaɪ(ə)r/
British English: /ˈmɒdɪfʌɪə/

Translation of modifier in Spanish:

noun

  • modificante (masculine)
    Example sentences
    • ‘Chocolate is a potent mood modifier,’ says the author.
    • OK, so there's no way a sea breeze is a classic cocktail, but since it conforms to the classic rule - a single spirit base and two modifiers - we'll allow it.
    • Some eastern Albertan farmers hold weather modifiers responsible for further disrupting the natural water cycles and dehydrating their already parched land.

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