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pedicurenoun [C]

 us   /ˈped·ɪˌkjʊr/
a treatment for the feet that involves cutting and sometimes painting the nails, and softening or massaging (= rubbing) the skin
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Translations of “pedicure”
in Chinese (Simplified) 足部护理,足部保养…
in Turkish ayak bakımı, pedikür…
in Russian педикюр…
in Chinese (Traditional) 足部護理,足部保養…
in Polish pedicure…
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