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tweezersnoun [plural]

uk   /ˈtwiː.zəz/ us   /ˈtwiː.zɚz/ US also tweezer
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tweezersplural noun

us   /ˈtwi·zərz/ also tweezer, /ˈtwi·zər/
a small device having two narrow, metal sides joined at one end and open at the other, used to hold or pull a small thing, such as a hair, by pressing the two sides until the open ends come together on the thing to be held: He tried to get the splinter out with tweezers.
(Definition of tweezers from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “tweezers”
in Korean 핀셋…
in Arabic مِلْقَط…
in Malaysian penyepit kecil…
in French pinces à épiler…
in Russian пинцет…
in Chinese (Traditional) 鑷子,小鉗子…
in Italian pinzette…
in Turkish cımbız…
in Polish pinceta, pęseta…
in Spanish pinzas…
in Vietnamese cái nhíp…
in Portuguese pinça…
in Thai แหนบ…
in German die Pinzette…
in Catalan pinces…
in Japanese ピンセット, 毛抜き…
in Chinese (Simplified) 镊子,小钳子…
in Indonesian catut…
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