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application

noun [C or U] (PUT ON) 放在…上面     /ˌæp.lɪˈkeɪ.ʃən/
when you spread or rub a substance such as cream or paint on a surface, or a layer of cream or paint 塗抹;敷用 Leave the paint to dry between applications. 每次刷過後,要待漆層乾透再刷。 Regular application of the cream should reduce swelling within 24 hours. 定時敷用藥膏可在24小時內減輕紅腫。 Covering and adding layers
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