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sheet

noun [C]  /ʃit/ us  
a large rectangular piece of cloth used to cover a bed, or a rectangular piece of any material, such as paper, glass, or metal: She made up the bed with clean sheets. Do you have a sheet of paper I could use? She put the dough onto cookie sheets. A sheet is also a thin layer of something: A sheet of ice formed on the puddles.
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