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nonnuclear
American English: /nɑnˈn(j)ukliər/
British English: /nɒnˈnjuːklɪə/

Translation of nonnuclear in Spanish:

adjective

  • no nuclear
    Example sentences
    • A first-use of nuclear weapons by the US should be unthinkable, and responding to a non-nuclear attack with nuclear weapons violates a central tenet of just war and US military tradition.
    • The US is bound, as a signatory to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, not to use nuclear weapons against non-nuclear powers.
    • Therefore it is necessary, already now, to implement diplomatic measures and reach agreement on limiting strategic non-nuclear weapon systems.
    Example sentences
    • These results point out the difference between the passive diffusion and facilitated spread mechanisms characterizing the nuclear and nonnuclear areas, respectively.

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