Traducción de fallout en español:


lluvia radiactiva, n.

Pronunciación /ˈfɔlˌaʊt/ /ˈfɔːlaʊt/

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  • 1

    (after nuclear explosion)
    lluvia radiactiva femenino
    precipitación radiactiva femenino
    fallout shelter refugio antinuclear / antiatómico
    • Belarus was one of the territories affected by the radioactive fallout from the Chernobyl nuclear reactor disaster in 1986.
    • These produce a relatively small explosion and less radioactive fallout than other designs.
    • Winds routinely carried radioactive fallout to communities in Utah, Nevada and northern Arizona.
    • The antidote is intended to protect residents from radioactive fallout from any missile attack on the nuclear station.
    • A serious accident at Sellafield could shower Ireland with radioactive fallout.
  • 2

    (side effect)
    secuela femenino
    • Any unfavourable decision vis-a vis an inter-State dispute is bound to result in a political fallout.
    • As well as the toll taken by the increasing use of hard drugs, there was the psychological and spiritual fallout that resulted from abuses of dignity and personal boundaries.
    • The prosecutors must also consider the possible negative economic fallout that likely will result at a time when the economy is already struggling.
    • Alternately naïve and sinister, the children reflect the emotional fallout resulting from decades of unrest in the region.
    • Of course, the fallout is that any of us who are different suffer or [are] potentially slated to suffer.