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dishtowel

noun
 
/ˈdɪʃ·taʊ·əl/ US ( UK tea towel)
a cloth that is used for drying plates, dishes, etc.
(食器用)ふきん
Translations of “dishtowel”
in Korean 행주…
in Arabic فوطة مَطبَخ…
in Portuguese pano de pratos, pano de cozinha…
in Catalan drap de cuina…
in Italian strofinaccio per asciugare i piatti…
in Chinese (Traditional) 茶巾…
in Russian кухонное полотенце…
in Turkish bulaşık kurulama bezi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 茶巾…
in Polish ręcznik kuchenny, ścierka do naczyń…
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