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keyhole

noun [C] uk   /ˈkiː.həʊl/ us    /-hoʊl/
a hole in a lock that you put a key into
Translations of “keyhole”
in Korean 열쇠 구멍…
in Arabic ثُقْب المِفْتاح…
in Portuguese buraco da fechadura…
in Catalan forat del pany…
in Japanese かぎ穴…
in Italian buco della serratura…
in Chinese (Traditional) 鎖眼,鎖匙孔…
in Russian замочная скважина…
in Turkish anahtar deliği…
in Chinese (Simplified) 锁眼,钥匙孔…
in Polish dziurka od klucza…
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