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tin opener

noun [C] uk   us   UK (US also UK can opener)
a device for opening tins of food
Translations of “tin opener”
in Korean 깡통 따개…
in Arabic فَتّاحَة عُلَب…
in Portuguese abridor de latas…
in Catalan obrellaunes…
in Japanese 缶切り…
in Italian apriscatole…
in Chinese (Traditional) 開罐器,罐頭刀…
in Russian консервный нож…
in Turkish konserve açacağı…
in Chinese (Simplified) 开罐器,罐头刀…
in Polish otwieracz do puszek…
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