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hammer and sicklenoun [S]

uk   /ˌhæm.ər ən ˈsɪk.əl/ us   /ˌhæm.ɚ ən ˈsɪk.əl/
a symbol of Communism that was based on tools used by workers in factories and on farms
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in Chinese (Simplified) 锤子与镰刀(共产主义的象征)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 鐵鎚與鐮刀(共産主義的象徵)…
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