Complete Definition of "incombustible"

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English

Etymology
From in- + combust + -ible.

Pronunciation
audio|en-us-incombustible.ogg|Audio (US)

Adjective
incombustible

  1. Not capable of catching fire and burning; not flammable.

Antonyms
combustible
flammable US
inflammable British

Translations
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trans-top|not flammable
Catalan: combustible
German: unbrennbar, unverbrennbar, feuersicher
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Kurdish: t|ku|neÅčewit, t|ku|nesoj, t|ku|agirnegir
Spanish: combustible
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Catalan

Etymology
From latin incombustibÄ­le.

Adjective
incombustible

  1. Not capable of catching fire and burning; not flammable.

Antonyms
combustible


Spanish

Etymology
From latin incombustibÄ­le.

Adjective
es-adj|f=incombustible

  1. Not capable of catching fire and burning; not flammable.

Antonyms
combustible

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Revision and Credits for"incombustible"
  • 2007-12-20 23:08 - AutoFormat - +{{rfc-level|Translations at L4+ not in L3 POS section (AutoFormat would have corrected level of Antonyms)}}

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