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smother sth in/with sth

verb [T] uk phrasal verb with smother   /ˈsmʌð.ər/ us    //
to cover something completely with a substance or objects: She took a slice of chocolate cake and smothered it in cream.
Translations of “smother sth in/with sth”
in Chinese (Traditional) 用…覆蓋…
in Russian густо покрывать что-либо чем-либо…
in Turkish tamamen örtmek, her yerini kapamak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 用…覆盖…
in Polish zalewać coś czymś…
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