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Translation of "joss stick" - English-Spanish dictionary

joss stick

noun /ˈdʒosstik/
a stick of incense used eg to give a sweet smell to a room. pebete, varilla de incienso
Translations of “joss stick”
in Vietnamese nén hương…
in Thai ธูป…
in Malaysian colok…
in French bâton d’encens…
in German der Räucherstab…
in Chinese (Traditional) (緩緩燃燒並發出香味的)線香…
in Indonesian hio…
in Chinese (Simplified) (缓缓燃烧并发出香味的)线香…
(Definition of joss stick from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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