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cotton wool

noun [no plural]
 
/ˌkɒt·ən ˈwʊl/ UK ( US cotton)
a soft mass of cotton, usually used for cleaning your skin
cotone idrofilo
Translations of “cotton wool”
in Korean 화장솜…
in Arabic قُطْن طِبّي…
in Portuguese algodão hidrofílico…
in Catalan cotó fluix…
in Japanese (化粧用)コットン…
in Chinese (Traditional) (通常用於清潔皮膚的)藥棉,脫脂棉…
in Russian вата…
in Turkish hidrofil pamuk/cilt temizleme pamuğu…
in Chinese (Simplified) (通常用于清洁皮肤的)药棉,脱脂棉…
in Polish wata…
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