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lint

noun [U]  /lɪnt/ us  
small, loose cloth fibers or pieces of thread: My black sweater is covered with lint.
Translations of “lint”
in Spanish hilas, pelusa…
in French ouate, peluche…
in German der Wundverband, der Fussel…
in Chinese (Traditional) 纖維, (敷傷口的)軟紗布,軟麻布…
in Chinese (Simplified) 纤维, (敷伤口的)软纱布,软麻布…
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