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Translation of "cotton" - English-Japanese dictionary

cotton

noun [no plural]   /ˈkɒt·ən/
B1 a plant used for making thread and cloth 綿花
B1 cloth that is made from the cotton plant 綿, コットン a cotton shirt
US ( UK cotton wool) a soft mass of cotton, usually used for cleaning your skin 脱脂綿
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