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Italian translation of “sanitary towel”

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sanitary towel

noun
 
/ˈsæn·ɪ·tər·i ˌtaʊ·əl/ UK ( US sanitary napkin /ˈsæn·ɪ·tər·i ˌnæp·kɪn/)
a thick piece of soft paper that a woman wears to absorb blood from her period (= monthly blood from the uterus)
assorbente igienico
Translations of “sanitary towel”
in Korean 생리대…
in Arabic فوطة صِحيّة…
in Portuguese absorvente higiênico…
in Catalan compresa…
in Japanese (英)生理用ナプキン…
in Chinese (Traditional) 衛生棉…
in Russian гигиеническая прокладка…
in Turkish âdet bezi, hijyenik bağ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 卫生巾,月经垫…
in Polish podpaska…
(Definition of sanitary towel from the Cambridge English-Italian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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