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ink

noun [C or U]     /ɪŋk/
coloured liquid used for writing, printing and drawing 墨水;油墨;墨汁 a bottle of ink 一瓶墨水 blue/black/red ink 藍/黑/紅墨水 Please write in ink, not in pencil. 書寫請用墨水筆,不要用鉛筆。 The book is printed in three different coloured inks. 這本書是用三色油墨印刷的。 Paints, dyes and pigmentsColour - general words
Translations of “ink”
in Arabic حِبْر…
in Korean 잉크…
in Malaysian dakwat…
in French encre…
in Turkish mürekkep…
in Italian inchiostro…
in Russian чернила…
in Polish atrament, tusz…
in Vietnamese mực viết…
in Spanish tinta…
in Portuguese tinta…
in Thai น้ำหมึก…
in German die Tinte…
in Catalan tinta…
in Japanese インク…
in Indonesian tinta…
in Chinese (Simplified) 墨水, 油墨, 墨汁…
(Definition of ink noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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