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handkerchief

noun   /ˈhæŋ·kə·tʃiːf/
B1 a small piece of cloth or soft paper that you use to dry your eyes or nose pañuelo
(Definition of handkerchief from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

handkerchief

noun /ˈhӕŋkətʃif/ ( plural handkerchiefs, handkerchieves /-tʃiːvz/)
(abbreviation hanky, plural hankies or hankie /ˈhaŋki/) a small usually square piece of cloth or paper tissue used for wiping or blowing one’s nose into pañuelo a silk handkerchief.
(Definition of handkerchief from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “handkerchief”
in Korean 손수건…
in Arabic مَحْرَمة, مِنْديل…
in Malaysian sapu tangan…
in French mouchoir…
in Russian носовой платок…
in Chinese (Traditional) 手帕…
in Italian fazzoletto…
in Turkish mendil…
in Polish chusteczka (do nosa)…
in Vietnamese khăn tay…
in Portuguese lenço, lencinho…
in Thai ผ้าเช็ดหน้า…
in German das Taschentuch…
in Catalan mocador…
in Japanese ハンカチ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 手帕…
in Indonesian saputangan…
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