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Meaning of “membrane” - Learner’s Dictionary

membrane

noun [C]     /ˈmembreɪn/
a thin layer of tissue that covers some parts inside the body in order to protect, connect or separate themSubstances and structures in the body
Translations of “membrane”
in Vietnamese màng…
in Spanish membrana…
in Thai เยื่อบุผิว…
in Malaysian membran…
in French membrane…
in German die Membran…
in Chinese (Traditional) 膜, 薄膜, 膜狀物…
in Indonesian selaput…
in Russian оболочка, перепонка…
in Turkish zar…
in Chinese (Simplified) 膜, 薄膜, 膜状物…
in Polish błona…
(Definition of membrane from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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