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talcum powder

noun [U]
 
 
/ˈtælkəmˌpaʊdər/ ( also talc)
white powder that you put on your skin after a bath
talk
Toiletry and perfumes
Translations of “talcum powder”
in Korean 땀띠분…
in Arabic بودرة تَلك…
in Portuguese talco…
in Catalan pólvores de talc…
in Japanese ベビーパウダー, タルカムパウダー…
in Italian talco, borotalco…
in Chinese (Traditional) 滑石粉,爽身粉…
in Russian тальк…
in Turkish talk pudrası…
in Chinese (Simplified) 滑石粉,爽身粉…
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