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pendant

noun [C]  /ˈpen·dənt/ us  
a piece of jewelry worn around the neck consisting of a long chain with an object hanging from it, or the object itself
Translations of “pendant”
in Spanish colgante…
in French pendentif…
in German der Anhänger, eine Kette mit Anhänger…
in Chinese (Traditional) 有垂飾的項鍊, (項鍊上的)垂飾,掛件…
in Russian кулон…
in Turkish kolye, pandantif…
in Chinese (Simplified) 有垂饰的项链, (项链上的)垂饰,挂件…
in Polish wisiorek…
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