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prong

noun [C]  /prɔŋ, prɑŋ/ us  
one of two or more long pointed parts at the end of a tool, electric plug, or other object
Translations of “prong”
in Spanish punta, diente…
in French dent…
in German die Zinke…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指叉子)尖頭,尖齒,叉…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指叉子)尖头,尖齿,叉…
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