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eye shadow

noun [C or U] uk   us  
a coloured cream or powder that is put around the eyes to make them look larger or more attractive
Translations of “eye shadow”
in Korean 아이섀도우…
in Arabic ظِل العَين (ماكياج)…
in Portuguese sombra para os olhos…
in Catalan ombra d’ulls…
in Japanese アイシャドー…
in Italian ombretto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 眼影,眼影膏…
in Russian тени для век…
in Turkish göz farı…
in Chinese (Simplified) 眼影,眼睑膏…
in Polish cień do powiek…
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