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granulado dispersível

12:52 Feb 26, 2000
Portuguese to English translations [PRO]
Portuguese term or phrase: granulado dispersível
This term appears in a report on a chemical product, in a section describing general characteristics.
"Tipo de Produto: Produto formulado
Tipo de Formulação: Granulado dispersível
Estado Físico: Sólido granulado de coloração bege"

Naomi Baer

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nadispersible granulate
Ryan Neff
naDispersable Granulate
Annette Dam
nadispersible granulate
Marcia Buckley



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dispersible granulate

a granulate that becomes widely spread, evaporated or vanished throughout a medium

Marcia Buckley
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Dispersable Granulate

Type of product: Formulated product
Type of Formulation: Dispersable granulate in physical state : solid granulate, in a beige coloring.

Meaning: the product is a granulate which dissolves in liquid, and its colored beige

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dispersible granulate

The General characteristics you stated:
"Type of Product: Formulated product"
"Type of Formulation: dispersible granulate"
"Physical State: Granulated solid of a beige color"

This is obviously a grainy powder that is beige in color and easy to scatter (disperse).

dispersible: from Latin dispergere - to scatter on all sides
granulate: from Latin granulum - diminutive of granum - grain

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