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Meaning of “washbasin” - Learner’s Dictionary

washbasin

noun [C]   /ˈwɒʃˌbeɪsən/ UK ( also UK/US sink)
a bowl in a bathroom that water can flow into, used for washing your face or handsPlumbing and pipes and sewageBathroom fixtures and fittings
Translations of “washbasin”
in Korean 세면기…
in Arabic حَوْض الغَسيل…
in Portuguese lavatório…
in Catalan lavabo…
in Japanese 洗面台…
in Italian lavabo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 洗臉盆, 洗手盆…
in Russian раковина…
in Turkish lâvabo…
in Chinese (Simplified) 洗手池, 洗脸盆…
in Polish umywalka…
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