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fascia

noun [C] uk   /ˈfeɪ.ʃə/ us    /ˈfæ.ʃə/

fascia noun [C] (VEHICLE)

UK formal the dashboard in a motor vehicle

fascia noun [C] (SHOP)

the sign above the window of a shop, where the shop's name is written

fascia noun [C] (PHONE)

a cover for a mobile phone

fascia noun [C] (MEDICAL)

specialized medical a layer of strong, stretchy tissue that covers, separates, or holds together different organs, muscles, blood vessels, and nerves
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