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Englisch - Türkisch
lif kabak
{i} lif kabağından banyo lifi
{i} lif kabağı
Englisch - Englisch
The dried fibrous interior used as a sponge for bathing
A tropical vine, of the genus Luffa, having almost cylindrical fruit with a spongy, fibrous interior; the dishcloth gourd
Considered one of the best exfoliants, a loofah is a sponge consisting of the fibrous skeleton of the fruit of the loofah plant These cleansing sponges help gently exfoliate the skin, removing dead cells to reveal healthy new ones and improve circulation of blood throughout the body
a bath or shower sponge; the dried fibrous part of the gourd-like fruit of a plant of the genus Luffa
the dried fibrous part of the fruit of a plant of the genus Luffa; used as a washing sponge or strainer
the bathroom loofah
{i} dried part of the fruit of a plant of the genus Luffa which contains fibers and is used as washing sponge or strainer; natural vegetable sponge; piece of coarse plant that is used as a body washing sponge
A loofah is a long rough sponge-like piece of plant fibre which you use to scrub your body. a rough bath sponge, made from the dried inner part of a tropical fruit (luf). or luffa Any of six species of annual climbing vines, also called vegetable sponge or sponge gourd, that make up the genus Luffa in the gourd family, native to the Old World tropics. Two species cultivated in temperate areas (L. acutangula and L. aegyptiaca) produce 1-ft (30-cm) cucumber-shaped fruits. Edible and greenish when young, these fruits become straw-coloured with age. On removal of the skin, pulp, and seeds, there remains a complex of closely netted vascular bundles (food-and water-carrying tubes) that resembles a sponge in texture. This spongelike product is used for bathing, for washing dishes, and as an industrial fibre
The fruit of any of several tropical vines of the gourd family The dried insides of these gourds can be used as a sponge Also called "vegetable sponge" and "sponge gourd "
angled loofah
loofah of Pakistan; widely cultivated throughout tropics