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uncrushable

adjective uk   us   /ˌʌnˈkrʌʃ.ə.bl̩/
Uncrushable cloth or clothing is made of an artificial material and designed to stay free of unwanted folds: an uncrushable hat
Translations of “uncrushable”
in Chinese (Traditional) (人造纖維布)不起褶的,不起皺的…
in Chinese (Simplified) (人造纤维布)不起褶的,不起皱的…
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