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Translation of "lollipop" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

lollipop

noun [C]     /ˈlɒl.i.pɒp/ US  /ˈlɑː.li.pɑːp/
a hard sweet on a stick 棒棒糖 Sweets
Translations of “lollipop”
in Arabic مَصّاصة…
in Korean 롤리팝…
in Malaysian lolipop…
in French suçon…
in Turkish saplı şeker, lolipop…
in Italian lecca lecca…
in Russian леденец на палочке…
in Polish lizak…
in Vietnamese kẹo que…
in Spanish pirulí, piruleta…
in Portuguese pirulito…
in Thai อมยิ้ม…
in German der Lutscher…
in Catalan piruleta…
in Japanese ペロペロキャンディー…
in Indonesian lolipop…
in Chinese (Simplified) 棒棒糖…
(Definition of lollipop from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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