Definition of 'cocoon'
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Used Occasionally. cocoon is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'cocoon'
British English: cocoon NOUN
A cocoon is a covering of silky threads that the larvae of moths and other insects make for themselves before they grow into adults.
...like a butterfly emerging from a cocoon.
British English: cocoon VERB
If something cocoons you from something, it protects you or isolates you from it.
There is nowhere to hide when things go wrong, no organisation to cocoon you from blame.
Definition of cocoon from the Collins English Dictionary
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