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pillow

noun [C]     /ˈpɪl.əʊ/ US  /-oʊ/
a rectangular cloth bag filled with soft material, such as feathers or artificial materials, used for resting your head on in bed 枕頭 Do you prefer a feather pillow or a foam pillow? 你喜歡羽絨枕頭還是海綿枕頭? Bed linen and covers
US for cushion (= bag of soft material for sitting or leaning on) 坐墊;靠墊 Cushions and furniture coverings
Translations of “pillow”
in Arabic وِسادة, مخَدّة…
in Korean 배게, 쿠션…
in Malaysian bantal…
in French oreiller…
in Turkish yastık…
in Italian guanciale, cuscino…
in Russian подушка…
in Polish poduszka…
in Vietnamese cái gối…
in Spanish almohada, cojín…
in Portuguese travesseiro, almofada…
in Thai หมอน…
in German das Kopfkissen…
in Catalan coixí…
in Japanese 枕, クッション…
in Indonesian bantal…
in Chinese (Simplified) 枕头, 坐垫, 靠垫…
(Definition of pillow from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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