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Translation of "incense" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

incense

noun [U]     /ˈɪn.sents/
a substance that is burnt to produce a sweet smell, especially as part of a religious ceremony (尤指在宗教儀式上焚燒的)香 an incense burner/stick 香爐/香燭 Religious ceremonies and prayersToiletry and perfumes
Translations of “incense”
in Vietnamese que hương…
in Spanish incienso…
in Thai เครื่องหอม, ธูป…
in Malaysian kemenyan…
in French encens…
in German der Weihrauch…
in Indonesian kemenyan, dupa…
in Russian ладан, фимиам…
in Turkish tütsü, buhur…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指在宗教仪式上焚烧的)香…
in Polish kadzidło…
(Definition of incense noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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