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Translation of "essential oil" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

essential oil

noun [C]
 
 
an oil, usually with a strong smell, which is taken from a plant and is used to make perfume, or for rubbing into a person's body during massage
(香)精油(通常氣味濃烈)
Lavender, peppermint, and jasmine are essential oils which are widely available.
薰衣草油、薄荷油和茉莉香精是很多地方都可以買到的精油。
Toiletry and perfumesPhysiotherapy, massage and osteopathy
Translations of “essential oil”
in Russian эфирное масло…
in Turkish öz yağ, esans…
in Chinese (Simplified) (香)精油(通常气味浓烈)…
in Polish esencja, olejek eteryczny…
(Definition of essential oil from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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