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pouf

noun [C] uk   us  

pouf noun [C] (SEAT)

uk   us   /puːf/ (also pouffe) (US ottoman) a soft, round or square seat with no back or sides, used for sitting on or resting your feet on

pouf noun [C] (PERSON)

uk   us   /pʊf/ UK offensive a poof (= gay man)
Translations of “pouf”
in Chinese (Traditional) 座位, 坐墊,軟墊…
in Chinese (Simplified) 座位, 坐垫,蒲团…
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