baby wipe

baby wipe

n
a disposable moistened medicated paper towel, usually supplied in a plastic drum or packet, used for cleaning babies
Translations
dětský vlhčený ubrousek
vådservietter
vauvan kosteuspyyhe
maramica za bebe
赤ちゃん用ウェットティシュー
유아용 수건
våtservett
กระดาษหรือผ้าเช็ดเด็ก
giấy lau cho em bé

baby wipe

مِنْدِيل أَطْفال dětský vlhčený ubrousek vådservietter Babytuch μωρομάντηλο toallita húmeda para bebés vauvan kosteuspyyhe lingette maramica za bebe salviettina umida per bambini 赤ちゃん用ウェットティシュー 유아용 수건 babydoekje våtserviett for spedbarn chusteczka pielęgnacyjna dla niemowląt lenço umedecido, toalhita humedecida детские салфетки våtservett กระดาษหรือผ้าเช็ดเด็ก ıslak bebek mendili giấy lau cho em bé 婴儿卫生纸
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A detective from the New York Police Department (NYPD) said he arrested nanny Marianne Benjamin-Williams for shoving a baby wipe down the throat of a two-month-old boy on May 18.
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Nice-Pak's investment in proprietary consumer research enables us to uncover the consumer insights to design products and programs for our retailer partners that speak to the needs of their specific consumers," she says, adding that the company is continuously working on and introducing innovations in all aspects of the baby wipe product including the wipe itself, packaging and formulations to successfully fill the identified unmet consumer need.
Seven-week-old Christian died when his father forced a baby wipe down his throat because the little boy would not stop crying.
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Hunt, 26, is facing life imprisonment after admitting killing baby Christian by pushing a baby wipe down his throat after attacking him.
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