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twignoun [C]

 us   /twɪɡ/
a small, thin branch of a tree or bush, esp. one removed from the tree or bush and without any leaves: We gathered some dry twigs to start the fire.
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Translations of “twig”
in Korean 나뭇 가지…
in Arabic غُصْن…
in Malaysian ranting…
in French brindille…
in Russian веточка…
in Chinese (Traditional) 細枝,嫩枝…
in Italian ramoscello…
in Turkish sürgün, ince dal…
in Polish gałązka…
in Spanish ramita…
in Vietnamese cành con, nhánh con…
in Portuguese graveto…
in Thai กิ่งไม้…
in German der Zweig…
in Catalan branquilló…
in Japanese 小枝…
in Chinese (Simplified) 细枝,嫩枝…
in Indonesian ranting…
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