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pristine

adjective uk   /ˈprɪs.tiːn/ us    /prɪˈstiːn/ formal approving
new or almost new, and in very good condition: pristine new offices Washing machine for sale - only two months old and in pristine condition.
Translations of “pristine”
in Chinese (Traditional) 嶄新的, 狀態良好的…
in Russian идеальный, нетронутый…
in Turkish yepyeni, gıpgıcır, tertemiz…
in Chinese (Simplified) 崭新的, 状态良好的…
in Polish idealny, nienaruszony, nieskazitelny…
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