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Meaning of “nail brush” - Learner’s Dictionary

nail brush

noun [C]    
a small brush, used for cleaning your nails Make-up and skin care
Translations of “nail brush”
in Korean 솥톱 솔…
in Arabic فرشاة الأظافِر…
in Portuguese escova de unhas…
in Catalan raspall d’ungles…
in Japanese つめブラシ…
in Italian spazzolino per le unghie…
in Chinese (Traditional) 指甲刷…
in Russian щеточка для ногтей…
in Turkish tırnak fırçası…
in Chinese (Simplified) 指甲刷…
in Polish szczoteczka do paznokci…
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