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whisker

noun
 
 
/ˈwɪs.kər/ US  /-kɚ/
[C] any of the long, stiff hairs growing on the face of a cat, mouse or other mammal
(猫、鼠等动物的)须
He watched the cat cleaning the milk off her whiskers.
他看着猫儿把胡须上的牛奶弄干净。
The skin, hair and bone of non-human animals
whiskers [plural] old-fashioned or humorous the hair growing on a man's face, especially the sides and/or the lower part
(尤指男子侧面或下巴上的)胡须;络腮胡子
Hair
Translations of “whisker”
in Spanish bigotes, bigote, patillas…
in Arabic شارِب (لِلحَيَوان)…
in Korean 거품을 내다…
in Portuguese bigode (de animal)…
in French moustaches, barbe, favoris…
in German das Schnurrbarthaar, der Backenbart…
in Catalan bigoti…
in Japanese (ネコなどの)ひげ…
in Russian ус…
in Chinese (Traditional) (貓、鼠等動物的)鬚…
in Italian baffo…
in Turkish bıyık, kedi bıyığı…
in Polish wąs…
(Definition of whisker from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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