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divan

noun [C] uk   us   /dɪˈvæn/
a long, comfortable seat for more than one person that has no back or arms UK (also divan bed) a bed consisting of a mattress and a base, with no boards at either end
Translations of “divan”
in Vietnamese trường kỷ…
in Spanish diván…
in Thai เบาะรองนั่งยาว…
in Malaysian katil dipan…
in French divan…
in German der Diwan…
in Chinese (Traditional) (無靠背和扶手的)沙發, (無床頭的)沙發床…
in Indonesian dipan…
in Chinese (Simplified) (无靠背和扶手的)沙发, (无床头的)沙发床…
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