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4 th Grade Science-1st Six Weeks Unit 1, Lesson 4 CScope Vocabulary Words 2008-2009
evaporation the process in which a liquid changes to a gas evaporación proceso por el cual un líquido se vuelve gas
cycle a series of events or operations that happen again and again regularly ciclo una serie de actos o operaciones que suceden una y otra vez con regularidad
condensation the process by which water vapor changes from a gas to liquid condensación proceso por el cual el vapor de agua cambia de gas a líquido
accumulation to gather in one location acumulación reunirse en un lugar
precipitation water that falls to Earth as rain, snow, sleet, or hail precipitación agua que cae a la Tierra en forma de lluvia, nieve, aguanieve o granizo
transpiration the giving off of water vapor by plants transpiración vapor de agua emitido por las plantas
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