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broomnoun [C]

 us   /brum, brʊm/
a ​brush with a ​longhandle, used for ​cleaning the ​floor: I use that broom to ​sweep the ​kitchenfloor.
(Definition of broom from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “broom”
in Korean 빗자루…
in Arabic مِكْنَسَة…
in Malaysian penyapu, jerami…
in French balai, genêt…
in Russian метла…
in Chinese (Traditional) 掃帚…
in Italian scopa…
in Turkish süpürge…
in Polish miotła…
in Spanish escoba, hiniesta…
in Vietnamese cái chổi, cây đậu chổi…
in Portuguese vassoura…
in Thai ไม้กวาด, ไม้ป่าตระกูลถั่ว มีดอกสีเหลือง…
in German der Besen, der Ginster…
in Catalan escombra…
in Japanese ほうき…
in Chinese (Simplified) 扫帚…
in Indonesian sapu, tumbuhan liar…
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