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encrusted

adjective uk   us   /ɪnˈkrʌs.tɪd/
covered with something hard or decorative: She arrived home with her knees encrusted with mud. The manuscript is bound in gold and silver and encrusted with jewels.
Translations of “encrusted”
in Chinese (Traditional) 覆有硬殼的, 有裝飾外層的…
in Russian покрытый коркой…
in Turkish (üstü) taşlarla/toprakla kaplanmış/örtülü…
in Chinese (Simplified) 覆有硬壳的, 有装饰性外层的…
in Polish oblepiony…
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