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parcel

noun [C]  /ˈpɑr·səl/ us  
an object or collection of objects wrapped in paper; a package: a food parcel A parcel of land is an area of it: a 50-acre parcel on Lake Mead
Translations of “parcel”
in Korean 소포…
in Arabic طَرْد…
in French colis…
in Turkish paket, koli…
in Italian pacco…
in Chinese (Traditional) 寄, 包裹,郵包…
in Russian посылка…
in Polish paczka…
in Spanish paquete…
in Portuguese pacote…
in German das Päckchen…
in Catalan paquet…
in Japanese 小包…
in Chinese (Simplified) 寄, 包裹,邮包…
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