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The word “Plastic” occurs as such in the following languages: English, Danish, Dutch, Simple English. Translation(s) in other languages: Aragonese: Plastico, Arabic: لدائن, Bavarian: Kunststoff, Bosnian: Plastika, Bulgarian: Пластмаса, Catalan: Plàstic, Czech: Plast, Welsh: Plastig, German: Kunststoff, Greek: Πλαστικό, Spanish: Plástico, Esperanto: Plasto<, Basque: Plastiko, Persian: پلاستیک, French: Matière plastique, Galician: Plástico, Korean: 플라스틱, Hindi: प्लास्टिक, Croatian: Plastika, Indonesian: Plastik, Icelandic: Plast, Italian: Materie plastiche, Hebrew: פלסטיק, Swahili: Plastiki, Latin: Plasticum, Lithuanian: Plastikas, Hungarian: Műanyag, Macedonian: Пластика, Malayalam: പ്ലാസ്റ്റിക്, Malay: Plastik, Japanese: 合成樹脂, Norwegian (Bokmål): Plast, Norwegian (Nynorsk): Plast, Polish: Tworzywa sztuczne, Portuguese: Plástico, Romanian: Masă plastică, Quechua: Plastiku, Russian: Пластмассы, Albanian: Plastika, Slovak: Plast, Slovenian: Plastika, Serbian: Пластика, Serbo-Croatian: Plastika, Finnish: Muovi, Swedish: Plast, Tagalog: Plastik, Tamil: நெகிழி, Thai: พลาสติก, Turkish: Plastik, Ukrainian: Пластмаса, Vietnamese: Chất dẻo, Waray-Waray: Plastik, Yiddish: פלאסטיק, Cantonese: 塑膠, Chinese: 塑料.
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