Durex


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Durex

(ˈdjʊərɛks)
n, pl -rex
1. a brand of condom
2. Austral a brand of adhesive tape
Translations

Durex

® [ˈdjʊəreks] Npreservativo m

Durex®

[ˈdjʊərɛks] n (British)préservatif m

Durex®

n (= condom)Gummi m (inf)

Durex

® [ˈdjʊərɛks] n pl inv (Brit) → preservativo
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What better than reaching out to well known healthcare brand Durex, which has launched a specialised mobile app for smartphone users to access information regarding their queries about sex.
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