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towel

noun /ˈtauəl/
a piece of any of several types of absorbent cloth or paper for drying oneself, dishes etc after washing etc
toalla; paño
After her swim, she dried herself with a towel a roll of paper kitchen towels.
towelling noun ( British ) a kind of rough cloth from which towels etc are made.
felpa
Translations of “towel”
in Arabic فوطة, مِنْشَفة…
in Korean 수건…
in Malaysian tuala…
in French serviette, torchon…
in Turkish havlu…
in Italian asciugamano…
in Chinese (Traditional) 毛巾, 紙巾…
in Russian полотенце…
in Polish ręcznik…
in Vietnamese khăn…
in Portuguese toalha…
in Thai ผ้าขนหนู…
in German das Handtuch…
in Catalan tovallola…
in Japanese タオル, 手ぬぐい…
in Indonesian handuk…
in Chinese (Simplified) 毛巾, 纸巾…
(Definition of towel from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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