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wig

noun [C]     /wɪɡ/
a covering of artificial hair worn on the head to hide a loss of hair or to cover your own hair 假髮 She was wearing a blonde wig. 她戴著金色的假髮。 In Britain, judges wear white wigs in court. 在英國,法官在法庭上戴白色的假髮。 →  Compare toupée Hair
Translations of “wig”
in Arabic شَعْر مُسْتَعار…
in Korean 가발…
in Malaysian rambut palsu…
in French perruque…
in Turkish peruk…
in Italian parrucca…
in Russian парик…
in Polish peruka…
in Vietnamese bộ tóc giả…
in Spanish peluca…
in Portuguese peruca…
in Thai ผมปลอม…
in German die Perücke…
in Catalan perruca…
in Japanese かつら…
in Indonesian rambut palsu…
in Chinese (Simplified) 假发…
(Definition of wig from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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