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glory box

noun [C usually singular] uk   Australian English us  
clothes, sheets, etc. that a young woman traditionally collects for use after she is married
Translations of “glory box”
in Chinese (Traditional) 嫁妝箱(用於放置嫁衣)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 嫁妆箱(用于放置嫁衣)…
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