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aloe vera

noun [C or U]     /ˌæl.əʊˈvɪə.rə/ US  /-oʊˈvɪr.ə/
a type of plant with thick pointed leaves, or the thick liquid found in the leaves which is used to treat damaged skin 蘆薈;蘆薈汁(可用來治療受損皮膚) Common plants
Translations of “aloe vera”
in Chinese (Simplified) 芦荟, 芦荟叶汁(可用来治疗受损皮肤)…
(Definition of aloe vera from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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