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flake

noun [C] (SMALL PIECE) 小片     /fleɪk/
a small thin piece of something, especially if it has come from a surface covered with a layer of something 小薄片;(尤指)碎片 flakes of snow 雪花 soap flakes 肥皂片 This room needs decorating - flakes of paint keep coming off the walls. 这个房间需要装修——墙上的油漆不断地一片片地往下掉。 Words meaning small pieces and amounts
Translations of “flake”
in Arabic رُقاقة…
in Korean 조각…
in Malaysian kepingan…
in French flocon…
in Turkish ince tabaka, parçacık, tane…
in Italian scaglia, fiocco…
in Chinese (Traditional) 小片, 小薄片, (尤指)碎片…
in Russian чешуйка, снежинка…
in Polish płatek…
in Vietnamese bông tuyết…
in Spanish copo…
in Portuguese floco, descamação…
in Thai ชิ้นย่อยที่แตกออกมา…
in German die Flocke…
in Catalan escata, floc…
in Japanese 小片…
in Indonesian kepingan…
(Definition of flake noun (SMALL PIECE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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