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plush

adjective uk   us   /plʌʃ/ informal
expensive, comfortable, and of high quality: He took me out to a really plush restaurant.
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plush

noun [U] uk   us   /plʌʃ/
thick, soft cloth, with a surface like short fur, used especially for covering furniture: a plush(-covered) sofa two metres of dark red plush plush cushions/curtains
Translations of “plush”
in Vietnamese sang trọng…
in Spanish Lujoso…
in Thai สบาย มีราคาแพงและคุณภาพสูง…
in Malaysian mewah…
in Chinese (Traditional) 奢侈的,豪華的, 舒適的…
in Indonesian mewah…
in Russian шикарный…
in Turkish lüks, ihtişamlı pahalı, gösterişli…
in Chinese (Simplified) 奢侈的,豪华的, 舒适的…
in Polish luksusowy…
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