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jojoba

noun [U]     /həˈhəʊ.bə/ US  /-ˈhoʊ-/
a large American plant with sharp leaves whose seeds contain a valuable oil which is used in beauty products 霍霍巴樹,加州希蒙得木(一種產於加州的植物,其種子所含的油脂被廣泛運用於化妝品中) jojoba oil 霍霍巴油 Toiletry and perfumesCommon plants
Translations of “jojoba”
in Chinese (Simplified) 加州希蒙得木…
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