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frankincense

noun [U]     /ˈfræŋ.kɪn.sents/
a thick sticky liquid that produces a sweet smell when burned and comes from a tree that grows in eastern Africa and Asia 乳香(点燃时散发出香味的黏稠液体,取自一种产于东非和亚洲的树木) Toiletry and perfumes
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