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Band-Aid

noun [C] uk   /ˈbænd.eɪd/ US trademark ( UK plaster, sticking plaster) us  
a small piece of sticky cloth or plastic that you use to cover and protect a cut in the skin
Translations of “Band-Aid”
in Spanish tirita…
in Korean 밴드 에이드(상표명), 반창고…
in Arabic لَصْقَة الجُروح…
in Portuguese esparadrapo, band-aid…
in Catalan tireta…
in Japanese バンドエイド…
in Italian cerotto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 邦迪牌創可貼(一種護創膠布), OK 繃帶…
in Russian пластырь…
in Turkish yara bandı…
in Chinese (Simplified) 邦迪牌创可贴(一种护创胶布)…
in Polish plaster…
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