ultrafine

ultrafine

(ˈʌltrəˌfaɪn; ˌʌltrəˈfaɪn)
adj
1. extremely small or delicate
2. (Metallurgy) (of metals) having an extremely high level of purity

ul•tra•fine

(ˌʌl trəˈfaɪn)
adj.
too small to be visible under a light microscope: ultrafine cell structure.
[1955–60]
Translations

ultrafine

[ˌʌltrəˈfaɪn] ADJultrafino
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