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counter

noun
 
/ˈkaʊn·tər/
the place in a shop, bank, etc. where people are served
balcão (de loja, de banco, etc.)
The woman behind the counter took his money.
a flat surface in a kitchen where you prepare food
tampo de cozinha, superfície de trabalho
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