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Queen Anne's lace

noun [U] uk   /ˌkwiːn.ænzˈleɪs/ mainly US ( UK usually cow parsley) us  
Translations of “Queen Anne's lace”
in Chinese (Traditional) 峨參…
in Chinese (Simplified) 峨参…
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