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first-degree burn

noun [C]     /ˌfɜːst.dɪ.ɡriːˈbɜːn/ US  /ˌfɝːst.dɪ.ɡriːˈbɜːrn/
the least serious type of burn that needs medical treatment 一度烧伤 →  Compare second-degree burn , third-degree burn Skin complaints and blemishes
Translations of “first-degree burn”
in Chinese (Traditional) 一度燒傷…
(Definition of first-degree burn from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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