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Santa Claus

noun [S]     /ˈsæn.təˌklɔːz/ US  /-t̬əˌklɑːz/ ( informal Santa) child's word
the imaginary old man with long white hair and a beard and a red coat who is believed by children to bring them presents at Christmas, or a person who dresses as this character for children 聖誕老人 Go to sleep quickly or Santa Claus won't come! 快睡覺,要不然聖誕老人就不來了! Legendary and mythological characters
Translations of “Santa Claus”
in Vietnamese Ông già Nô en…
in Spanish Papa Noel…
in Thai ซานตาคลอส…
in Malaysian Santa Klaus…
in Indonesian Sinterklas…
in Chinese (Simplified) 圣诞老人…
(Definition of Santa Claus from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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