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whisker

noun     /ˈwɪs.kər/ US  /-kɚ/
[C] any of the long, stiff hairs growing on the face of a cat, mouse or other mammal (猫、鼠等动物的)须 He watched the cat cleaning the milk off her whiskers. 他看着猫儿把胡须上的牛奶弄干净。 The skin, hair and bone of non-human animals
whiskers [plural] old-fashioned or humorous
the hair growing on a man's face, especially the sides and/or the lower part (尤指男子侧面或下巴上的)胡须;络腮胡子 Hair
(Definition of whisker from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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