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lollipop

noun /ˈlolipop/
a large sweet on a stick for sucking.
pirulí, piruleta
lolly /ˈloli/ noun ( plural lollies) (British, informal ) a lollipop, or a similar type of sweet made of ice-cream etc
pirulí, piruleta
an ice lolly.
(British, informal) a slang word for money I’ve run out of lolly.
Translations of “lollipop”
in Korean 롤리팝…
in Arabic مَصّاصة…
in French suçon…
in Italian lecca lecca…
in Chinese (Traditional) 棒棒糖…
in Russian леденец на палочке…
in Turkish saplı şeker, lolipop…
in Polish lizak…
in Portuguese pirulito…
in German der Lutscher…
in Catalan piruleta…
in Japanese ペロペロキャンディー…
in Chinese (Simplified) 棒棒糖…
(Definition of lollipop from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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