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sachet

noun [C] uk   /ˈsæʃ.eɪ/  us   /sæʃˈeɪ/
a small closed container made of paper or plastic, containing a small amount of something, usually enough for only one occasion: a sachet of sugar
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Translations of “sachet”
in Arabic كيس صَغير…
in Korean 봉지…
in Malaysian paket…
in French sachet…
in Turkish poşet, torba…
in Italian bustina…
in Chinese (Traditional) (通常內容物僅夠用一次的)小袋,小包…
in Russian пакетик…
in Polish torebeczka, saszetka…
in Vietnamese bao, túi, gói…
in Spanish saquito, bolsita…
in Portuguese sachê…
in Thai ถุงหรือซองขนาดเล็ก…
in German das Duftkissen…
in Catalan bosseta…
in Japanese 小袋…
in Indonesian paket keci…
in Chinese (Simplified) (通常内容物仅够用一次的)小袋,小包…
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