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leach
American English: /litʃ/
British English: /liːtʃ/

Translation of leach in Spanish:

transitive verb

  • Example sentences
    • Soluble minerals are leached from soils on upper slopes, move down the slope, and are often deposited at the foot of the slope.
    • When they looked at the data from their 1995-2001 study and saw how much nitrate was being leached from the soil, they realized just how important it is to manage drainage systems carefully.
    • In the processes generally known as bioleaching, stress-hardy bacteria, which can get all their nutrient requirements from the air and the minerals to be leached, are typically employed to oxidise ores to a more soluble state.

intransitive verb

  • filtrarse

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