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swab

verb [T] (MEDICINE)
 
 
/swɒb/ US  /swɑːb/ (-bb-)
to clean a cut or take a small amount of substance from a body using a small piece of soft material
拭子,棉花棒,消毒棉;用棉花棒取下的化驗標本
Medical examinationPreventing infection
Translations of “swab”
in Chinese (Simplified) 药, 拭子,药签,药棉棒, 用棉签取下的化验标本…
(Definition of swab verb (MEDICINE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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