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Spanish translation: fisilidad

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English term or phrase:fissility
Spanish translation:fisilidad
Entered by: Sarah Brenchley
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04:06 Apr 22, 2001
English to Spanish translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: fissility
"fissile" means "capable of undergoing nuclear fission" or "cleavable; tending to split"
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fisilidad
Explanation:
This is the noun. See the link before for more information.

Hope it helps and good luck.
Best wishes,
Sarah.
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28 mins
fisil


Explanation:
FISIL IS THE ADJECTIVE fis·sile

\‚fi-s„l, ‚fi-ƒsˆl\ adj L fissilis, fr. findere
(1661)
1 : capable of being split or divided in the direction of the grain or along natural planes of cleavage ‹fissile wood› ‹fissile crystals›
2 : capable of undergoing fission — fis·sil·i·ty \fi-‚si-l„-t‡\ n

sorry the noun doesn't appear
hope it helps




    oxford superlex dictionary
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41 mins
fisilidad


Explanation:
This is the noun. See the link before for more information.

Hope it helps and good luck.
Best wishes,
Sarah.



    Reference: http://www.monografias.com/trabajos/geologia/geologia.shtml
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