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en·vi·ron·men·tal

 (ĕn-vī′rən-mĕn′tl, -vī′ərn-)
adj.
1. Relating to or associated with the environment.
2. Relating to or concerned with the impact of human activities on the natural environment: the environmental movement.
3. Relating to potentially harmful factors originating in the environment: environmental illness.

en·vi′ron·men′tal·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.environmental - of or relating to the external conditions or surroundings; "environmental factors"
2.environmental - concerned with the ecological effects of altering the environment; "environmental pollution"

environmental

adjective ecological, green Environmental groups plan to stage a protest during the conference.
Translations
environmentální
miljømæssigmiljø-
ympäristö-
ekološki
környezetikörnyezetvédelmi
umhverfis-
環境の
환경의
týkajúci sa prostredia
okoljski
miljö-
สภาวะแวดล้อม
thuộc môi trường

environmental

[ɪnˌvaɪərənˈmentl]
A. ADJ
1. (= ecological) [pollution, policy, issues] → medioambiental; [problems, disaster, damage] → ecológico, medioambiental; [group, movement] → ecologista; [impact] → ambiental
it will have disastrous environmental effectstendrá efectos desastrosos en el medio ambiente
2. (= situational) the environmental factors in mental illnessla influencia de los factores del medio ambiente en las enfermedades mentales
B. CPD environmental health Nsalud f ambiental
Environmental Health Department N (Brit) → Departamento m de Sanidad y Medio Ambiente
environmental health officer N (Brit) → funcionario/a m/f del Departamento de Sanidad y Medio Ambiente
environmental health regulation Nnormativa f de sanidad y medio ambiente
Environmental Health Service NServicio m de Sanidad y Medio Ambiente
Environmental Protection Agency N (US) → Organización f de Protección del Medio Ambiente
environmental studies NPL (= subject) → ecología fsing; (= research) → estudios mpl medioambientales

environmental

[ɪnˌvaɪərənˈmɛntəl] adj
(= ecological) [group] → écologique; [issue, problem, hazard, factor] → écologique; [disaster] → écologique
[conditions] → environnemental(e)
[legislation] → relatif/ive à l'environnement
[claim] → écologiste
(= social) [influence] → de l'environnementenvironmental health n (British)hygiène f publiqueenvironmental impact
n [development, transport] → impact m sur l'environnement
modif [issue, assessment, report] → de l'impact sur l'environnement

environmental

adj
(= ecological)Umwelt-; environmental awarenessUmweltbewusstsein nt; environmental concernsSorgen plum die Umwelt; environmental damage/pollutionUmweltschäden pl/-verschmutzung f; environmental disasterUmweltkatastrophe f; environmental effects/impactAuswirkungen pl/Auswirkung fauf die Umwelt, Folgen plfür die Umwelt; environmental issues or mattersUmweltfragen pl
(= protecting the environment)Umweltschutz-; environmental groupUmweltschutzorganisation f; environmental movementUmweltschutzbewegung f
(= relating to surroundings)umgebungsbedingt; environmental changeeine Veränderung in der Umgebung

environmental

:
environmental compatibility
nUmweltverträglichkeit f
environmental crime
n
Umweltverbrechen nt, → Verbrechen ntan der Umwelt
environmental expert
nUmweltexperte m, → Umweltexpertin f
environmental health
n (Brit) → öffentliches Gesundheitswesen; Environmental Health Department˜ Gesundheitsamt nt; Environmental Health Officer˜ Beamte(r) m/Beamtin fdes öffentlichen Gesundheitsdienstes; Environmental Health Service˜ öffentlicher Gesundheitsdienst
environmental impact
n no plUmwelteinfluss mor -einflüsse pl

environmental

[ɪnˌvaɪərnˈmɛntl] adjambientale
environmental studies or science (in school) → ecologia

environment

(inˈvaiərənmənt) noun
(a set of) surrounding conditions, especially those influencing development or growth. An unhappy home environment may drive a teenager to crime; We should protect the environment from destruction by modern chemicals etc.
enˌvironˈmental (-ˈmen-) adjective
environˈmentalist noun
a person who wants to stop the damage being done to the environment by humans.

environmental

بِيئِيّ environmentální miljømæssig ökologisch περιβαλλοντικός medioambiental ympäristö- écologique ekološki ambientale 環境の 환경의 milieu- miljø- środowiskowy ambiental относящийся к окружающей среде miljö- สภาวะแวดล้อม çevresel thuộc môi trường 环境保护的

environmental

a. rel. al medio ambiente;
___ hazardspeligros del medio ambiente;
___ toxinstoxinas del medio ambiente;
___ pollutionpolución del medico ambiente.

environmental

adj (in general) ambiental, del medio ambiente; (immediate surroundings) ambiental
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