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sponge

noun (SUBSTANCE)
材料
 
 
/spʌndʒ/
[C] a soft substance that is full of small holes and can absorb a lot of liquid, and is used for washing and cleaning
(擦洗物品用的)海綿
Equipment used for cleaning
[S] when you rub something or someone with a wet sponge or cloth in order to clean them
(用海綿或布)擦拭,擦洗
Give it a sponge with a damp cloth - that will remove the blood stains.
用濕布擦一下——能把血跡擦掉。
Cleaning generallyPersonal hygiene and appearance - general words
(Definition of sponge noun (SUBSTANCE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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