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eiderdown

noun   /ˈaɪ·də·daʊn/ UK
a thick covering for the top of a bed, filled with soft feathers or warm material, used especially in the past edredón
(Definition of eiderdown from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

eiderdown

noun /ˈaidədaun/
(British ) a bedcover made of the down or soft feathers of the eider duck (a northern sea duck). edredón
(Definition of eiderdown from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “eiderdown”
in Korean 깃털 이불…
in Arabic لِحاف…
in Malaysian buku eider…
in French édredon…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指舊時用的)鴨絨墊,鴨絨被…
in Italian piumino…
in Vietnamese chăn lông vịt…
in Portuguese colcha, edredom…
in Thai ผ้านวมยัดด้วยขนเป็ด…
in German Eiderdaunen (pl.)…
in Catalan edredó…
in Japanese 羽毛の掛けぶとん…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指旧时用的)鸭绒垫,鸭绒被…
in Indonesian selimut…
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