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sequin

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈsiːkwɪn/
a small, flat, shiny circle that is sewn onto clothes for decorationParts of clothes
Translations of “sequin”
in Chinese (Traditional) (服裝上作裝飾用的)閃光亮片…
in Russian блестка (на одежде)…
in Turkish pul…
in Chinese (Simplified) (服装上作装饰用的)闪光亮片…
in Polish cekin…
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