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wadnoun [C]

us   /wɑd/
a number of thin pieces of something pressed together, or something pressed into a lump: a wad of bills/cash a wad of chewing gum

wadverb [T]

us   /wɑd/ -dd-
to fold or press together something to form a mass: He wadded his towel into a ball.
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Translations of “wad”
in Chinese (Simplified) 一叠, 一捆, 一卷…
in Turkish tomar, deste, topak…
in Russian пачка (денег), комок, шарик…
in Chinese (Traditional) 一疊, 一捆, 一捲…
in Polish plik, wacik…
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