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pore

noun [C]  /pɔr, poʊr/ us  
one of many very small holes in the skin of people or other animals or on the surface of plants
Translations of “pore”
in Korean 모공…
in Arabic مَسام…
in French s’absorber dans…
in Turkish gözenek…
in Italian poro…
in Chinese (Traditional) 毛孔, 氣孔, 小孔…
in Russian пора…
in Polish por…
in Spanish poro…
in Portuguese poro…
in German brüten…
in Catalan porus…
in Japanese 毛穴…
in Chinese (Simplified) 毛孔, 气孔, 小孔…
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