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Meaning of “wart” in the English Dictionary

"wart" in British English

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wartnoun [C]

uk   /wɔːt/  us   /wɔːrt/
a ​small, hard lump (= a ​raisedarea) that ​grows on the ​skin, often on the ​face and ​hands
(Definition of wart from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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wartnoun [C]

 us   /wɔrt/
a ​small, hard ​lump that ​grows on the ​skin and is caused by a ​virus
(Definition of wart from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “wart”
in Korean 사마귀…
in Arabic بَثرة, ثُؤلول…
in Malaysian ketuat, kutil…
in French verrue…
in Russian бородавка…
in Chinese (Traditional) (常見於面部和手上的)疣,肉贅…
in Italian porro, verruca…
in Turkish siğil…
in Polish brodawka…
in Spanish verruga…
in Vietnamese hột cơm…
in Portuguese verruga…
in Thai ไฝ, หูด…
in German die Warze…
in Catalan berruga…
in Japanese いぼ…
in Chinese (Simplified) (常见于面部和手上的)疣,肉赘…
in Indonesian kutil…
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