greenhouse gas

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greenhouse gas ‎(countable and uncountable, plural greenhouse gases)

  1. Any gas, such as carbon dioxide or CFCs, that contributes to the greenhouse effect when released into the atmosphere.
    Only two greenhouse gases get much attention.
    Termites and cows account for much greenhouse gas.

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