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toiletries
American English: /ˈtɔɪlətriz/
British English: /ˈtɔɪlɪtriz/

Translation of toiletries in Spanish:

plural noun

  • artículos (masculine plural) de tocador or de perfumería
    Example sentences
    • Therefore, having soap, shampoo and toiletry items available to them is a big plus.
    • I did say that I needed toothpaste and other personal toiletries, which they supplied to me.
    • Last week she spent £15 sending parcels to her son, containing items like toothpaste and toiletries.

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