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duvetnoun [C]

uk   /ˈduː.veɪ/  us   /duːˈveɪ/ UK (UK also continental quilt, US comforter)
B1 a ​large, ​soft, ​flatbagfilled with ​feathers or ​artificialmaterial used as a ​covering on a ​bed

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(Definition of duvet from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “duvet”
in Korean 이불…
in Arabic لِحاف…
in Malaysian sejenis cadar tebal…
in French couette…
in Russian пуховое одеяло…
in Chinese (Traditional) 羽絨被, 蓬鬆棉被褥…
in Italian piumone…
in Turkish yorgan…
in Polish kołdra…
in Spanish edredón…
in Vietnamese chăn lông vịt…
in Portuguese edredom…
in Thai ผ้านวมที่ยัดด้วยขนนก…
in German das Duvet…
in Catalan edredó nòrdic…
in Japanese (羽毛)掛け布団…
in Chinese (Simplified) 羽绒被, 蓬松棉被褥…
in Indonesian selimut…
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