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membrane

noun /ˈmembrein/
a thin film or layer of tissue that covers or lines parts of the body, forms the outside of cells etc
membrana
There is a membrane located just insde the eggshell.
Translations of “membrane”
in French membrane…
in German die Membran…
in Chinese (Traditional) 膜, 薄膜, 膜狀物…
in Russian оболочка, перепонка…
in Turkish zar…
in Chinese (Simplified) 膜, 薄膜, 膜状物…
in Polish błona…
(Definition of membrane from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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