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soap

noun
 
 
/səʊp/ US  /soʊp/
[C or U] a substance used for washing the body which is usually hard, often has a pleasant smell, and produces a mass of bubbles when rubbed with water, or a piece of this
肥皂
a bar of soap
一塊肥皂
liquid soap
液體肥皂
soap and water
肥皂和水
a soap dish/dispenser
肥皂盤/給皂器
soap bubbles
肥皂泡
She bought me a box of prettily coloured soaps.
她買了一箱顔色漂亮的肥皂給我。
Toiletry and perfumesCleaning agents
[C] informal a soap opera
連續劇,肥皂劇(肥皂劇 Soap 指那些低成本製作的電視或廣播節目,講述某一組特定角色的生活和問題,在午間或下午給家庭主婦看,主流美劇播出時間都是晚上8點到10點;很多節目的連續劇甚至可以播放幾十年)
(Definition of soap noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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