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Polish translation of “fan”

fan

noun [C]
 
 
/fæn/
PERSON A2 someone who admires and supports a famous person, sport, type of music, etc
fan/ka, wielbiciel/ka
More than 15,000 Liverpool fans attended Saturday's game. He's a big fan of country music.Audiences and spectatorsAdmirersEnthusiasts
OBJECT B1 something that is used to move the air around so that it feels cooler, such as a machine or an object that you wave with your hand
wentylator, wachlarz
an electric fanMachine parts
(Definition of fan noun from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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