Definition of 'baby wipe'
Translations for 'baby wipe'
British English: baby wipe /ˈbeɪbɪ waɪp/ NOUN
A baby wipe is a disposable moistened medicated paper towel, usually supplied in a plastic drum or packet, used for cleaning babies.
- American English: baby wipe
- Arabic: مِنْدِيل أَطْفال
- Brazilian Portuguese: lenço umedecido
- Chinese: 婴儿卫生纸
- Croatian: maramica za bebe
- Czech: dětský vlhčený ubrousek
- Danish: vådservietter
- Dutch: babydoekje
- European Spanish: toallita húmeda para bebés
- Finnish: vauvan kosteuspyyhe
- French: lingette
- German: Babytuch
- Greek: μωρομάντηλο
- Italian: salviettina umida per bambini
- Japanese: 赤ちゃん用ウェットティシュー
- Korean: 유아용 수건
- Norwegian: våtserviett for spedbarn
- Polish: chusteczka pielęgnacyjna dla niemowląt
- European Portuguese: toalhita humedecida
- Romanian: șervețel umed
- Russian: детские салфетки
- Spanish: toallita húmeda para bebés
- Swedish: våtservett
- Thai: กระดาษหรือผ้าเช็ดเด็ก
- Turkish: ıslak bebek mendili
- Ukrainian: волога серветка для догляду за малям
- Vietnamese: giấy lau cho em bé
Definition of baby wipe from the Collins English Dictionary
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