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glove

noun [C] uk   us   /ɡlʌv/
A2 a piece of clothing that is worn on the hand and wrist for warmth or protection, with separate parts for each finger: leather/woollen/rubber gloves a pair of gloves
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glove

verb [T] uk   us   /ɡlʌv/ US
to put gloves on your hands: She gloved her hands to protect them from the chemicals. to catch a ball when playing baseball: He gloved the ball, turned and threw in one motion.
Translations of “glove”
in Arabic قُفَّاز…
in Korean 장갑…
in Malaysian sarung tangan…
in French gant…
in Turkish eldiven…
in Italian guanto…
in Chinese (Traditional) (分手指的)手套…
in Russian перчатка…
in Polish rękawiczka…
in Vietnamese găng tay…
in Spanish guante…
in Portuguese luva…
in Thai ถุงมือ…
in German der Handschuh…
in Catalan guant…
in Japanese 手袋…
in Indonesian sarung tangan…
in Chinese (Simplified) (分手指的)手套…
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