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souvenir

noun [C] uk   /ˌsuː.vənˈɪər/  us   /-vəˈnɪr/
B1 something you buy or keep to help you remember a holiday or special event: He bought a model of a red London bus as a souvenir of his trip to London. We brought back a few souvenirs from our holiday in Mexico.
Translations of “souvenir”
in Arabic تَذْكار…
in Korean 기념품…
in Malaysian cenderamata‘…
in French souvenir…
in Turkish hatıra, hediyelik eşya…
in Italian souvenir, ricordo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 紀念品, 紀念物…
in Russian сувенир…
in Polish pamiątka…
in Vietnamese đồ lưu niệm…
in Spanish recuerdo…
in Portuguese recordação, lembrança, suvenir…
in Thai ของที่ระลึก…
in German das Souvenir…
in Catalan record…
in Japanese 記念品, みやげ…
in Indonesian kenang-kenangan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 纪念品, 纪念物…
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