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lolly

noun [C] (SWEET) 糖果     /ˈlɒl.i/ US  /ˈlɑː.li/
UK ice lolly or lollipop 冰棍;棒棒糖 Puddings, desserts and icesSweets
Australian a wrapped sweet for sucking or chewing (= crushing with the teeth) (用紙包裝的)糖果 Sweets
Translations of “lolly”
in Chinese (Simplified) 糖果, 冰棍, 棒棒糖…
(Definition of lolly noun (SWEET) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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