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broomstick

noun [C] uk   /ˈbruːm.stɪk/ /ˈbrʊm-/ us  
a broom made of sticks: In children's books, witches are often shown riding broomsticks. the long handle of a broom
Translations of “broomstick”
in Chinese (Traditional) 長柄掃帚, 掃帚柄…
in Chinese (Simplified) 长柄扫帚, 扫帚柄…
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