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lead-free

(ˌlɛdˈfriː)
adj
(Automotive Engineering) See unleaded1
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.lead-free - (of gasoline) not containing tetraethyl lead; "lead-free gasoline"
leadless, unleaded - not treated with lead; "unleaded gasoline"
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lead-free

[ˌledˈfriː] ADJsin plomo

lead-free

adjbleifrei; petrol alsounverbleit
n (also lead-free petrol)unverbleites or bleifreies Benzin

lead-free

[ˈlɛdˈfriː] adj (petrol) → senza piombo

lead-free

خَالٍ مِنَ الرَّصَاصِ bezolovnatý blyfri bleifrei αμόλυβδος sin plomo lyijytön sans plomb bezolovan senza piombo 無鉛の 납이 없는 loodvrij blyfri bezołowiowy sem chumbo не содержащий свинца blyfri ไร้สารตะกั่ว kurşunsuz không có chì 无铅的
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