What is the Italian 'inquinamento atmosferico' in English?

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"Air pollution" is an English equivalent of "inquinamento atmosferico."

The masculine noun "inquinamento" takes as its singular definite article "l"* ("the"). Its singular indefinite article is "un, uno" ("a, one"). The word "atmosferico" is the masculine form of the adjective.

The pronunciation is "een-kwee-nah-MEHN-toh aht-moh-SFEH-ree-kah."

*The masculine singular definite article actually is "il." But the vowel "i" in "il" drops before a noun that begins with a vowel. The temporary nature of that drop is indicated by an apostrophe.
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