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Eve

noun [S] uk   /iːv/ us  
the first woman, according to the biblical story of how the world was made
Translations of “Eve”
in Spanish víspera, tarde…
in French veille, soir…
in German der Vortag, -abend, der Vorabend…
in Chinese (Simplified) (重大事件的)前日,前夕, 傍晚…
in Chinese (Traditional) (重大事件的)前日,前夕, 傍晚…
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