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wignoun [C]

uk   us   /wɪɡ/
a ​covering of ​artificialhairworn on the ​head to ​hide a ​loss of ​hair or to ​coveryour own ​hair: She was ​wearing a ​blonde wig. In ​Britain, ​judgeswearwhite wigs in ​court.
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wignoun [C]

 us   /wɪɡ/
a ​covering of ​hair that can be ​removed and is ​worn on the ​head to ​hide a ​lack of ​hair or to ​coveryour own ​hair: a ​blond wig
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Traducciones de “wig”
en coreano 가발…
en árabe شَعْر مُسْتَعار…
in Malaysian rambut palsu…
en francés perruque…
en ruso парик…
en chino (tradicionál) 假髮…
en italiano parrucca…
en turco peruk…
en polaco peruka…
en español peluca…
in Vietnamese bộ tóc giả…
en portugués peruca…
in Thai ผมปลอม…
en alemán die Perücke…
en catalán perruca…
en japonés かつら…
en chino (simplificado) 假发…
in Indonesian rambut palsu…
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