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wignoun [C]

us   /wɪɡ/
a covering of hair that can be removed and is worn on the head to hide a lack of hair or to cover your own hair: a blond wig
(Definition of wig from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “wig”
in Korean 가발…
in Arabic شَعْر مُسْتَعار…
in Malaysian rambut palsu…
in French perruque…
in Russian парик…
in Chinese (Traditional) 假髮…
in Italian parrucca…
in Turkish peruk…
in Polish peruka…
in Spanish peluca…
in Vietnamese bộ tóc giả…
in Portuguese peruca…
in Thai ผมปลอม…
in German die Perücke…
in Catalan perruca…
in Japanese かつら…
in Chinese (Simplified) 假发…
in Indonesian rambut palsu…
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