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British a small piece of cloth used for washing yourself. The American word is washcloth.
a small towel that you use for drying your hands
a tablecloth and the napkins that you use for wiping your fingers and mouth during a meal
a cover that is put over a teapot to keep the tea hot
a cloth used for drying kitchen objects such as dishes and cups. The American word is dishtowel.
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