Definição de 'cushion'

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Heike was sitting on the floor in a big white calico dress propped up on a cushion facing me. Robert Wilson BLOOD IS DIRT (2002)Heike was back on the cushion, fitting another cigarette into her holder. Robert Wilson BLOOD IS DIRT (2002)From the seam where the seat cushion met the back, particles were hissing into the car like black smoke. Michael Crichton PREY (2002)

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Tendências de cushion

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Traduções de cushion

Inglês Britânico: cushion /ˈkʊʃən/ NOUN
A cushion is a fabric case filled with soft material, which you put on a seat to make it more comfortable.
...a velvet cushion.
  • Inglês Americano: cushion
  • Árabe: وِسَادَة
  • Português Brasileiro: almofada
  • Chinês: 坐垫
  • Croata: jastuk
  • Tcheco: polštář
  • Dinamarquês: pude
  • Holandês: kussen
  • Espanhol Europeu: cojín
  • Finlandês: tyyny sisustus
  • Francês: coussin
  • Alemão: Kissen
  • Grego: μαξιλαράκι
  • Italiano: cuscino
  • Japonês: クッション
  • Coreano: 쿠션
  • Norueguês: pute
  • Polonês: poduszka
  • Português Europeu: almofada
  • Romeno: pernă
  • Russo: диванная подушка
  • Espanhol: cojín
  • Sueco: kudde
  • Tailandês: หมอนอิง
  • Turco: yastık
  • Ucraniano: подушка
  • Vietnamita: đệm
Inglês Britânico: cushion VERB
Something that cushions an object when it hits something protects it by reducing the force of the impact.
There is also a new steering wheel with an energy absorbing rim to cushion the driver's head in the worst impacts.


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