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mattress

noun [C] uk   us   /ˈmæt.rəs/
the part of a bed, made of a strong cloth cover filled with firm material, which makes the bed comfortable to lie on
Translations of “mattress”
in Arabic مَرْتَبة…
in Korean 침대 메트리스…
in Malaysian tilam…
in French matelas…
in Turkish döşek, minder, şilte…
in Italian materasso…
in Chinese (Traditional) 床墊,褥墊…
in Russian матрас…
in Polish materac…
in Vietnamese nệm…
in Spanish colchón…
in Portuguese colchão…
in Thai ที่นอน…
in German die Matratze…
in Catalan matalàs…
in Japanese マットレス…
in Indonesian matras, kasur…
in Chinese (Simplified) 床垫,褥垫…
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