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Translation of "high chair" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

high chair

noun [C]    
a chair with long legs, for a baby or a small child, usually with a small table connected to it for the child to eat from (幼兒吃飯時坐的)高腳椅(通常帶有小飯桌) Chairs and seats
Translations of “high chair”
in Chinese (Simplified) (幼儿吃饭时坐的)高脚椅(通常带有小饭桌)…
(Definition of high chair from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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