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woodblocknoun [C]

uk   /ˈwʊd.blɒk/  us   /-blɑːk/
a piece of wood on which a pattern is cut that is used for printing: She designs her own fabrics using woodblocks and stencils to create patterns on the material. UK one of a set of small, flat pieces of wood that are used to make a wooden floor: a woodblock floor
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Translations of “woodblock”
in Chinese (Traditional) 木刻印版, (鋪地板用的)木塊,木板…
in Chinese (Simplified) 木刻印版, (铺地板用的)木块,木板…
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