serviette Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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serviettenoun [C]

uk   /ˌsɜː.viˈet/  us   /ˌsɝː-/ UK
a ​squarepiece of ​cloth or ​paper used while you are ​eating for ​protectingyourclothes or ​cleaningyourmouth and ​fingers
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(Definition of serviette from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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serviettenoun [C]

 us   /ˌsɜr·viˈet/ Cdn Br
a napkin
(Definition of serviette from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “serviette”
in Korean 냅킨…
in Arabic مَنديل مائدة, مَنشفة…
in Malaysian kertas kesat mulut…
in French serviette (de table)…
in Russian салфетка…
in Chinese (Traditional) 餐巾, 餐巾紙…
in Italian tovagliolo…
in Turkish peçete…
in Polish serwetka…
in Spanish servilleta…
in Vietnamese khăn ăn…
in Portuguese guardanapo…
in Thai ผ้าเช็ดปากที่โต๊ะอาหาร…
in German die Serviette…
in Catalan tovalló…
in Japanese (食事中に使う)ナプキン…
in Chinese (Simplified) 餐巾, 餐巾纸…
in Indonesian serbet makan…
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