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frankincense
American English: /ˈfræŋkənˌsɛns/
British English: /ˈfraŋkɪnsɛns/

Translation of frankincense in Spanish:

noun

uncountable
  • Example sentences
    • They valued its trees which produced the aromatic gum resins frankincense and myrrh.
    • Jewish ceremonial incense includes frankincense and myrrh, and is frequently mentioned in the Pentateuch, the Jewish Old Testament.
    • Her incenses are acacia, frankincense, myrrh, catnip, cedar, cinnamon, and juniper.

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