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unbleached

adjective
 
 
/ʌnˈbliːtʃt/
describes flour or material that is not made white artificially by the use of chemicals
(麵粉或材料)未被漂白的,本色的
unbleached cotton
未被漂白的棉花
unbleached flour
未漂白的麵粉
Various qualities of foodNatural and artificial
Translations of “unbleached”
in Chinese (Simplified) (面粉或材料)未被漂白的,本色的…
(Definition of unbleached from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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