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Chinese (Simplified) translation of “straw”

straw

noun [U] (DRIED STEMS)
干秆
 
 
/strɔː/ US  /strɑː/
the dried yellow stems of crops such as wheat, used as food for animals or as a layer on the ground for animals to lie on, and for making traditional objects
禾秆;麦秆;稻草
a bale of straw
一捆稻草
a straw basket/hat
草编篮/草帽
straw-coloured hair
浅黄色的头发
CraftsAnimal food
(Definition of straw noun (DRIED STEMS) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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