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dandruffnoun [U]

 us   /ˈdæn·drəf/
small, white bits of dead skin that sometimes gather in the hair or fall on the clothes, esp. on the shoulders
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Translations of “dandruff”
in Korean 비듬…
in Arabic قِشْرة (الشَعْر)…
in Malaysian kelemumur…
in French pellicule…
in Russian перхоть…
in Chinese (Traditional) 頭皮屑,頭屑…
in Italian forfora…
in Turkish saç diplerinde oluşan kepek…
in Polish łupież…
in Spanish caspa…
in Vietnamese gàu bám vào da đầu…
in Portuguese caspa…
in Thai ขี้รังแค…
in German Schuppen (pl.)…
in Catalan caspa…
in Japanese ふけ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 头皮屑,头屑…
in Indonesian ketombe…
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