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mouthwash

noun [U]
 
 
/ˈmaʊθwɒʃ/
a liquid used to make your mouth clean and freshToiletry and perfumes
Translations of “mouthwash”
in Korean 구강 청결제…
in Arabic غَرغَرة…
in Portuguese enxaguante bucal…
in Catalan col·lutori…
in Japanese マウスウォッシュ…
in Italian colluttorio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 漱口劑,漱口液…
in Russian полоскание для рта…
in Turkish gargara…
in Chinese (Simplified) 漱口剂,洗口液…
in Polish płyn do płukania ust…
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