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T-square

noun [C] uk   /ˈtiː.skweər/  us   /-skwer/
a long, flat, T-shaped piece of wood, metal, or plastic, used to draw parallel lines
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in Chinese (Traditional) (畫圖用的)丁字尺, 曲尺…
in Chinese (Simplified) (画图用的)丁字尺, 曲尺…
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