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Meaning of “soap” - Learner’s Dictionary

soap

noun     /səʊp/
FOR WASHING [U]
A2 a substance that you use for washing: a bar of soap soap powder Toiletry and perfumesCleaning agents
TELEVISION PROGRAMME [C] ( also soap opera)
B1 a television programme about the lives of a group of people that is broadcast several times every weekProgrammes and other broadcasts
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