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nappy

noun [C]   /ˈnæp.i/ UK ( US diaper)
a square of thick soft paper or cloth which is fastened around a baby's bottom and between its legs to absorb its urine and solid waste 尿布 disposable/reusable nappies 即棄/可重複使用的尿布 nappy cream 護臀霜 She was changing the baby's nappy. 她正爲嬰兒換尿布。 I knew William when he was still in nappies (= when he was a baby). 威廉還穿尿布的時候,我就認識他了。 Babies' and children's clothing
Translations of “nappy”
in Arabic حَفّاضة…
in Korean 기저귀…
in Malaysian kain lampin…
in French couche…
in Turkish çocuk bezi…
in Italian pannolino…
in Russian подгузник, пеленка…
in Polish pieluszka, pielucha…
in Vietnamese tã lót…
in Spanish pañal…
in Portuguese fralda…
in Thai ผ้าอ้อม…
in German die Windel…
in Catalan bolquer…
in Japanese おむつ…
in Indonesian popok…
in Chinese (Simplified) 尿布…
(Definition of nappy from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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