Definition of 'nappy'
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I used to change your nappies! Times, Sunday Times (2016)Just over half of those polled said the top reason for a delay was an emergency nappy change, while tantrums were the cause for 27 per cent. The Sun (2016)You can choose between cloth nappies and disposable ones. Times, Sunday Times (2013)One was red raw from nappy rash. The Sun (2012)Sometimes you wonder who should be wearing the nappies. The Sun (2009)He would become very panicky when put on his back while his nappy was being changed. Caring for your Unborn Child (1990)The environmentalist case against disposable nappies is relatively compelling. Times, Sunday Times (2009)She only stopped wearing a nappy to bed a year ago. The Sun (2013)He is strong and fights me when his clothes or nappy are being changed. The Sun (2014)Plastic packaging and disposable nappies clogged the refuse disposal system. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Mothers complain of searching for days for disposable nappies. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It prides itself on a pricing policy designed to provide good value and offers good advice on subjects such as cloth nappies. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Yes, it all makes using cloth nappies seem a tad lightweight. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Not got round to sorting out junior's nappy rash? The Sun (2013)It makes bubble bath and nappy rash cream, hair gel and spray tan. Times, Sunday Times (2014)We have padded cycling shorts - like wearing a nappy. The Sun (2010)
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Translations for 'nappy'
British English: nappy /ˈnæpɪ/ NOUN
A nappy is a piece of thick cloth or paper which is fastened round a baby's bottom in order to absorb its waste.
- American English: diaper
- Arabic: حِفَاظُ الطِّفْل
- Brazilian Portuguese: fralda
- Chinese: 尿片
- Croatian: pelena
- Czech: plenka
- Danish: ble
- Dutch: luier
- European Spanish: pañal
- Finnish: vaippa
- French: couche bébé
- German: Windel
- Greek: πάνα
- Italian: pannolino
- Japanese: おむつ
- Korean: 기저귀
- Norwegian: bleie
- Polish: pielucha
- European Portuguese: fralda
- Romanian: scutec
- Russian: подгузник
- Spanish: pañal
- Swedish: blöja
- Thai: ผ้าอ้อมเด็ก
- Turkish: bebek bezi
- Ukrainian: пелюшка
- Vietnamese: tã
Definition of nappy from the Collins English Dictionary
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