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chlorinate
American English: /ˈklɔrəˌneɪt/
British English: /ˈklɔːrɪneɪt/
, /ˈklɒrɪneɪt/

Translation of chlorinate in Spanish:

transitive verb

  • tratar con cloro
    Example sentences
    • The coolant water should be chlorinated to approximately 125 parts per million of chlorine to protect the asparagus from decay organisms.
    • In general, it would be good for you to check the hardness of your water, whether or not your tap water is chlorinated, and maintain low ammonia/nitrite levels.
    • Avoid swimming in fresh water unless it is chlorinated.

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