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throw-over

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Definition of throw-over in English:

adjective

Denoting a bedspread or other large piece of cloth used as a loose-fitting decorative cover for a piece of furniture: an old sofa can be covered with a throw-over piece of material
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  • The tables and chairs are in light coloured natural wood, with cream tablecloths and bright blue throw-over covers.
  • Unseen hands placed comfy chairs under our bottoms at tables covered with white linen tablecloths and Lanna style contrasting throw-over.
  • The tables have white linen covers with a northern Thai ‘sabai’ shawl throw-over.

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