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Translation of "rag" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

rag

noun [C] (CLOTH)     /ræɡ/
a torn piece of old cloth 舊布;破布;抹布 I keep these rags for cleaning the car. 我把這些舊布留下來擦汽車用。 Equipment used for cleaning
US for duster 抹布 Equipment used for cleaning
rags [plural]
clothes that are old and torn 破舊衣服 an old man dressed in rags. 衣衫襤褸的老人 Their clothes were in rags (= torn). 他們的衣服又破又舊。 Clothing - general words
Translations of “rag”
in Arabic خِرْقة…
in Korean 넝마, 걸레…
in Malaysian kain buruk…
in French guenille…
in Turkish toz bezi…
in Italian straccio…
in Russian тряпка…
in Polish szmata, ścierka…
in Vietnamese giẻ rách…
in Spanish trapo, harapo…
in Portuguese trapo, farrapo…
in Thai ผ้าขี้ริ้ว…
in German der Lumpen…
in Catalan drap…
in Japanese ぼろ切れ…
in Indonesian kain perca…
in Chinese (Simplified) 布, 旧布, 破布…
(Definition of rag noun (CLOTH) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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