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nappy

noun   /ˈnæp·i/ ( plural nappies) UK ( US diaper)
a thick piece of paper or cloth worn by a baby on its bottom pañal She had to change the baby’s nappy.
(Definition of nappy from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

nappy

noun /ˈnӕpi/ ( plural nappies)
(British ) a piece of cloth or paper put between a baby’s legs to soak up urine etc ; diaper(American) pañal The baby’s nappy needs changing.
(Definition of nappy from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “nappy”
in Korean 기저귀…
in Arabic حَفّاضة…
in Malaysian kain lampin…
in French couche…
in Russian подгузник, пеленка…
in Chinese (Traditional) 尿布…
in Italian pannolino…
in Turkish çocuk bezi…
in Polish pieluszka, pielucha…
in Vietnamese tã lót…
in Portuguese fralda…
in Thai ผ้าอ้อม…
in German die Windel…
in Catalan bolquer…
in Japanese おむつ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 尿布…
in Indonesian popok…
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