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razor

noun [C]     /ˈreɪ.zər/ US  /-zɚ/
a small device with a sharp blade for removing hair, especially from the face or legs (尤指刮鬍鬚或腳毛的)剃刀,刮鬍刀,剃鬚刀 Do you use an electric razor or the kind that you have to put a razor blade in? 你用的是電動刮鬚刀還是那種要裝刀片的刮鬍刀? Toiletry and perfumes
(Definition of razor noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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