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Spanish translation of “dummy”

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dummy

noun /ˈdami/ ( plural dummies)
a model of a human used for displaying clothes etc
maniquí
a dressmaker’s dummy.
an artificial teat put in a baby’s mouth to comfort it
chupete
The baby spat out itsdummy.
an artificial substitute looking like the real thing
imitación
The packets of cigarettes on display were dummies.
(Definition of dummy from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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