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Sellotape

noun [U]
 
/ˈsel.ə.teɪp/ UK trademark ( US trademark Scotch tape)
a long thin strip of sticky and usually transparent material which is sold in a roll and is used for joining together things such as paper or card
(赛勒塔普)透明胶带
a roll of Sellotape
一卷透明胶带
I stuck the note to the door with Sellotape.
我用透明胶带把便条贴在了门上。
Bands, straps and strips
sellotape
 
verb [T] UK ( US Scotch-tape)
When I got home, I found a mysterious message sellotaped to the front door.
我到家的时候,发现前门上用透明胶带贴着一张神秘的便条。
Fastening and tying
Translations of “Sellotape”
in Korean 셀로테이프…
in Arabic شَريط لاصِق…
in Portuguese fita adesiva…
in Catalan cinta adhesiva…
in Japanese セロテープ…
in Italian nastro adesivo, scotch…
in Chinese (Traditional) (賽勒塔普)透明膠帶…
(Definition of Sellotape from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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