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straw

noun
 
/strɔː/
[no plural] the long, dried stems of certain plants, such as wheat, often given to animals
قَشّ
a straw hat
a thin plastic or paper tube that you use for drinking through
أُنْبوب لامْتِصاص المَشْروبات / شَفّاطة (مِصْر)
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