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Meaning of “wicker” - Learner’s Dictionary

wicker

adjective     /ˈwɪkər/
made from thin branches crossed over and under each other: a wicker basketCrafts
Translations of “wicker”
in Spanish mimbre, de mimbre…
in Vietnamese đồ làm bằng liễu gai…
in Thai เครื่องจักรสาน…
in Malaysian anyaman rotan…
in French en/d’osier…
in German Weiden-……
in Indonesian anyaman…
in Chinese (Simplified) 柳条编的, 枝条编的…
in Turkish sepet örgüsüyle yapılmış…
in Russian плетеный…
in Chinese (Traditional) 柳條編的, 枝條編的…
in Polish wiklinowy…
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