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corkscrew

noun
 
/ˈkɔːk·skruː/
a piece of equipment used for pulling corks out of wine bottles
saca-rolhas
Translations of “corkscrew”
in Korean 코르크 마개를 뽑는 도구…
in Arabic مُفتاح…
in Catalan llevataps…
in Japanese コルク抜き…
in Italian cavatappi…
in Chinese (Traditional) (拔軟木塞的)瓶塞鑽,螺絲起子…
in Russian штопор…
in Turkish şişe açacağı, tirbüşon…
in Chinese (Simplified) (拔软木塞的)瓶塞钻,螺丝起子…
in Polish korkociąg…
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