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aqueous humournoun [U]

UK specialized (US aqueous humor) uk   /ˌeɪ.kwi.əs ˈhjuː.mər/  us   /ˌeɪ.kwi.əs ˈhjuː.mɚ/
a clear liquid that fills the space inside your eye between the cornea (= outer covering) and the lens
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in Chinese (Simplified) 房水(角膜和晶状体之间的液体)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 房水(角膜和晶狀體之間的液體)…
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