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tape measure

noun [C] uk   us  
a strip of plastic or metal used for measuring that can be rolled up when not being used
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Translations of “tape measure”
in Korean 줄자…
in Arabic شَريط قِياس…
in Portuguese fita métrica…
in Catalan cinta mètrica…
in Japanese 巻き尺, メジャー…
in Italian metro a nastro…
in Chinese (Traditional) 捲尺,皮尺…
in Russian сантиметр…
in Turkish mezura, şerit metre…
in Chinese (Simplified) 卷尺,皮尺…
in Polish centymetr, miarka…
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