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mustachioed

adjective
 
 
/məˈstæʃ.i.əʊd/ US  /-oʊd/ mainly humorous
having a large moustache (= line of hair above the upper lip)
留髭的
a mustachioed gentleman
留著小鬍子的紳士
Hair
Translations of “mustachioed”
in Chinese (Simplified) 留髭的…
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