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cushion

noun [C] uk   us   /ˈkʊʃ.ən/

cushion noun [C] (SOFT THING)

B1 (US also pillow) a bag made of cloth, plastic, or leather that is filled with soft material, often has an attractive cover, and is used especially on chairs for sitting or leaning on: She sank back against/into the cushions.
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cushion of air a layer of air often used to support a machine or vehicle: A hovercraft travels on a cushion of air.
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cushion noun [C] (PROTECTION)

C2 something that makes the effects of a bad situation less severe: You should aim to build up a cushion of money in case of emergencies.

cushion

verb [T] uk   us   /ˈkʊʃ.ən/
to make the effect or force of something softer: The soft grass cushioned his fall.
Traducciones de “cushion”
en árabe وِسادة…
en coreano 쿠션…
in Malaysian kusyen…
en francés coussin…
en turco yastık, minder, muhtemel sorunlardan koruyan…
en italiano cuscino…
en chino (tradicionál) 墊子, 座墊, 靠墊…
en ruso диванная подушка, защита…
en polaco poduszka, asekuracja, zabezpieczenie…
in Vietnamese cái đệm, hơi đệm…
en español cojín, amortiguador…
en portugués almofada…
in Thai เบาะ, เครื่องกันกระแทก…
en alemán das Kissen…
en catalán coixí…
en japonés クッション…
in Indonesian bantalan…
en chino (simplificado) 垫子, 座垫, 靠垫…
(Definition of cushion from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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