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vanity unitnoun [C]

uk   us   UK (US vanity)
a small cupboard that stands on the floor in a bathroom and has a washbasin (= a fixed bowl-shaped container for water) in the top
Translations of “vanity unit”
in Chinese (Traditional) (帶有盥洗盆的)浴室櫃, 組合式盥洗盆…
in Chinese (Simplified) (带有盥洗盆的)浴室柜, 组合式盥洗盆…
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