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wad

noun [C]
 
 
/wɒd/
PILE a thick pile of pieces of paper, especially paper money: a wad of cashMasses and large amounts of things
BALL a piece of soft material in the shape of a ball: a wad of cotton wool UK / cotton US Spherical, circular and annular objectsGeometrical shapes
Translations of “wad”
in Chinese (Traditional) 一疊, 一捆, 一捲…
in Russian пачка (денег), комок, шарик…
in Turkish tomar, deste, topak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 一叠, 一捆, 一卷…
in Polish plik, wacik…
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