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fluff

noun [U]
 
 
/flʌf/
small, loose bits of wool or other soft material: There's a piece of fluff on your jacket.General words for textiles
Translations of “fluff”
in Korean 보풀…
in Arabic زَغَب…
in French peluche…
in Turkish hav, hav yumağı, tüy…
in Italian peluria…
in Chinese (Traditional) 柔軟的團, 絨毛, 蓬鬆毛團…
in Russian пух, ворс…
in Polish meszek, kłaczki…
in Spanish pelusa, lanilla…
in Portuguese felpa, penugem…
in German der Fusel…
in Catalan pelussa…
in Japanese ふわふわしたもの…
in Chinese (Simplified) 柔软的团, 绒毛, 蓬松毛团…
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