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Polish translation of “straw”

straw

noun
 
 
/strɔː/
LONG STEMS [U] the long, dried stems of plants such as wheat (= plant for grain), often given to animals for sleeping on and eating
słoma
a straw hatAnimal foodFarming - general words
TUBE [C] a thin plastic or paper tube that you use for drinking through
słomka
Drinks - general words
(Definition of straw from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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