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phosphoric
American English: /fɑsˈfɔrɪk/
British English: /fɒsˈfɒrɪk/

Translation of phosphoric in Spanish:

adjective

  • Example sentences
    • 3,500 million years ago in some warm little pond, with ammonia, phosphoric salts, light, heat etc. present, a protein compound was chemically formed to undergo.
    • Observers, however, revealed some irregularities, including the use of wooden and thus non-transparent ballot boxes and a weakened solution of phosphoric ink.
    • This increased pollution in the water body by raising the phosphoric content in the lake, thereby encouraging weed growth.

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