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towel

noun [C]
 
 
/taʊəl/
a piece of cloth or paper used for drying someone or something that is wet
毛巾;紙巾
She came downstairs after her shower, wrapped in a towel.
她淋浴後裹著毛巾走下樓來。
The school provides paper towels for the children to dry their hands on.
學校給孩子提供紙巾擦亁手。
Equipment used for cleaning
Translations of “towel”
in Arabic فوطة, مِنْشَفة…
in Korean 수건…
in Malaysian tuala…
in French serviette, torchon…
in Turkish havlu…
in Italian asciugamano…
in Russian полотенце…
in Polish ręcznik…
in Vietnamese khăn…
in Spanish toalla, paño…
in Portuguese toalha…
in Thai ผ้าขนหนู…
in German das Handtuch…
in Catalan tovallola…
in Japanese タオル, 手ぬぐい…
in Indonesian handuk…
in Chinese (Simplified) 毛巾, 纸巾…
(Definition of towel noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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