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blanket

noun [C] uk   /ˈblæŋ.kɪt/ us  
A2 a flat cover made of wool or similar warm material, usually used on a bed
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blanket

adjective [before noun] uk   /ˈblæŋ.kɪt/ us  
including or affecting everything, everyone, or all cases, in a large group or area: a blanket ban "Man", as a blanket term for both men and women, is now considered sexist.

blanket

verb [T often passive] uk   /ˈblæŋ.kɪt/ literary us  
to cover something completely with a thick layer: Outside the fields were blanketed in fog.
Traducciones de “blanket”
en coreano 담요, 층…
en árabe بَطّانيّة, غِطاء, قِشْرة…
en francés couverture, manteau…
en turco battaniye, kalın tabaka…
en italiano coperta, coltre…
en chino (tradicionál) 毛毯,毯子…
en ruso одеяло, покров, слой…
en polaco koc, pokrywa…
en español manta, manto…
en portugués cobertor, camada grossa…
en alemán die Decke, die Hülle…
en catalán manta, capa…
en japonés 毛布, (厚い)層…
en chino (simplificado) 毛毯,毯子…
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