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Meaning of “mascara” - Learner’s Dictionary

mascara

noun [U]     /mæsˈkɑːrə/
a dark substance that you put on your eyelashes (= hairs that grow above and below your eyes) to make them look longer and thickerMake-up and skin care
Translations of “mascara”
in Arabic ماسكرا…
in Korean 마스카라…
in Malaysian maskara…
in Turkish rimel…
in Italian mascara…
in Chinese (Traditional) 睫毛膏…
in Russian тушь для ресниц…
in Polish tusz do rzęs…
in Vietnamese thuốc bôi mi mắt…
in Spanish rímel…
in Portuguese rímel…
in Thai มาสคารา…
in Catalan rímel…
in Japanese マスカラ…
in Indonesian maskara…
in Chinese (Simplified) 睫毛膏…
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