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Translation of "razor blade" - English-Japanese dictionary

razor blade

noun   /ˈreɪ·zə ˌbleɪd/
a very thin, sharp blade that you put in a razor かみそりの刃
Translations of “razor blade”
in Korean 면도날…
in Arabic شَفْرة حِلاقة…
in Portuguese lâmina de barbear…
in Catalan fulla d’afaitar…
in Italian lametta…
in Chinese (Traditional) 刀片…
in Russian лезвие бритвы…
in Turkish jilet…
in Chinese (Simplified) 刀片…
in Polish żyletka…
(Definition of razor blade from the Cambridge English-Japanese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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