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mascaranoun [U]

us   /mæsˈkær·ə/
makeup used to make eyelashes appear darker and thicker
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mascaranoun [C or U]

uk   /mæsˈkɑː.rə/ us   /mæsˈker.ə/
a thick dark liquid make-up that is used to make eyelashes dark and make them appear thicker and longer
adjective uk   /mæsˈkɑː.rəd/ us   /mæsˈker.əd/
long mascaraed lashes
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Translations of “mascara”
in Korean 마스카라…
in Arabic ماسكرا…
in Malaysian maskara…
in Russian тушь для ресниц…
in Chinese (Traditional) 睫毛膏…
in Italian mascara…
in Turkish rimel…
in Polish tusz do rzęs…
in Spanish rímel…
in Vietnamese thuốc bôi mi mắt…
in Portuguese rímel…
in Thai มาสคารา…
in Catalan rímel…
in Japanese マスカラ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 睫毛膏…
in Indonesian maskara…
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