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souvenir

noun   /ˌsuː·vənˈɪər/
B1 something that you buy or keep to remember a special time or holiday souvenir, recuerdo I kept the ticket as a souvenir of my trip.
(Definition of souvenir from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

souvenir

noun /suːvəˈniə, (American) ˈsuːvəniər/
something (bought, kept or given) which reminds one of a place, person or occasion recuerdo I bought the statue as a souvenir of our holiday in Greece.
(Definition of souvenir from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “souvenir”
in Korean 기념품…
in Arabic تَذْكار…
in Malaysian cenderamata‘…
in French souvenir…
in Russian сувенир…
in Chinese (Traditional) 紀念品, 紀念物…
in Italian souvenir, ricordo…
in Turkish hatıra, hediyelik eşya…
in Polish pamiątka…
in Vietnamese đồ lưu niệm…
in Portuguese recordação, lembrança, suvenir…
in Thai ของที่ระลึก…
in German das Souvenir…
in Catalan record…
in Japanese 記念品, みやげ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 纪念品, 纪念物…
in Indonesian kenang-kenangan…
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