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padded

adjective uk   /ˈpæd.ɪd/ us  
containing a layer of soft material used for protection or to give shape: It's a short jacket with padded shoulders. a padded bra
Translations of “padded”
in Korean 속을 채워 넣은…
in Arabic مَحْشو…
in Portuguese acolchoado…
in Catalan embuatat, enconxat…
in Japanese (服などが)パッド入りの, 綿入りの…
in Italian imbottito…
in Chinese (Traditional) 有填充物的,有襯墊的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 有填充物的,有衬垫的…
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