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pad

noun /pӕd/
a soft, cushion-like object made of or filled with a soft material, used to prevent damage by knocking, rubbing etc
coussinet
She knelt on a pad to clean the floor.
sheets of paper fixed together
bloc-notes
a writing pad.
a platform from which rockets are sent off
rampe (de lancement)
a launching pad.
padding noun material used to make a pad to protect, fill etc
rembourrage
He used old newspapers as padding inside the box.
pad out to fill with a soft material to make the right size
rembourrer
The actor’s costume was padded out to make him look fat.
(Definition of pad from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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