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drawer

noun [C] (FURNITURE) 家具     /drɔːr/ US  /drɑː/
a box-shaped container without a top which is part of a piece of furniture. It slides in and out to open and close and is used for keeping things in 抽屉 I keep my socks in the bottom drawer. 我把袜子放在最下面的抽屉里。 I don't like to go rummaging through other people's drawers. 我不喜欢翻别人的抽屉。 Furniture for storage
Translations of “drawer”
in Arabic دُرْج…
in Korean 서랍…
in Malaysian laci…
in French tiroir…
in Turkish çekmece…
in Italian cassetto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 傢俱, 抽屜…
in Russian выдвижной ящик…
in Polish szuflada…
in Vietnamese ngăn kéo…
in Spanish cajón…
in Portuguese gaveta…
in Thai ลิ้นชัก…
in German die Schublade…
in Catalan calaix…
in Japanese ひきだし…
in Indonesian laci…
(Definition of drawer noun (FURNITURE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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