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beer matnoun [C]

uk   /ˈbɪə ˌmæt/ us   /ˈbɪr ˌmæt/
a small piece of cardboard that you put under a glass to protect a table surface in a pub or bar
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in Chinese (Simplified) 啤酒杯垫子…
in Chinese (Traditional) 啤酒杯墊…
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