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cavitynoun [C]

us   /ˈkæv·ə·t̬i/
a hole in a surface or a hollow inside something: the abdominal/chest cavity
A cavity is also a hollow place in a tooth caused by decay.
(Definition of cavity from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “cavity”
in Vietnamese hốc…
in Spanish cavidad, caries…
in Malaysian lubang…
in Thai โพรง, รู, หลุม…
in French cavité…
in German der Hohlraum…
in Chinese (Traditional) 空隙, 洞, 腔…
in Russian полость, дупло (в зубе)…
in Turkish oyuk, kovuk, çürük…
in Chinese (Simplified) 空隙, 洞, 腔…
in Indonesian lubang…
in Polish otwór, pusta przestrzeń, ubytek…
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