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sequin

noun [C] uk   /ˈsiː.kwɪn/ us  
sequinned
adjective uk ( also sequined)   /-kwɪnd/ us  
a shimmering, blue sequinned dress
Translations of “sequin”
in Chinese (Traditional) (服裝上作裝飾用的)閃光亮片…
in Russian блестка (на одежде)…
in Turkish pul…
in Chinese (Simplified) (服装上作装饰用的)闪光亮片…
in Polish cekin…
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