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thongnoun [C]

us   /θɔŋ, θɑŋ/
a light shoe, often made of rubber, consisting of a flat bottom attached to the foot by a narrow strap that fits between the big toe and the toe next to it
A thong is also a narrow strip of material used to fasten something or worn for swimming or as underwear.
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