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pad1 British & World English

A thick piece of soft material, typically used to protect or shape something, or to absorb liquid

pad2 British & World English

Walk with steady steps making a soft dull sound

pad1 English Thesaurus

Sister will put a pad over your eye for the time being

pad2 English Thesaurus

I make no noise as I pad along towards the bedroom

padded in pad1 British & World English

Fill or cover (something) with a soft material in order to protect or shape it or to make it more comfortable

ink pad British & World English

An ink-soaked pad in a shallow box, used for inking a rubber stamp or taking fingerprints

pad eye British & World English

A flat metal plate with a projecting loop or ring, made all in one piece

brake pad British & World English

A thin block, typically one of a pair, which presses on to the disc in a disc brake

crash pad British & World English

A place to sleep, especially for a single night or in an emergency

drum pad British & World English

An electronic device with one or more flat pads which imitate the sounds of a drum kit when struck

hard pad British & World English

Hardening of the pads of the feet, a symptom of distemper in dogs and other animals

knee pad British & World English

A protective covering for the knee, worn especially when playing sport

legal pad British & World English

A pad of lined paper, typically yellow, that measures 22 x 35.5 cm (8.5 x 14 inches).

lily pad British & World English

A round floating leaf of a water lily

mouse pad British & World English

A piece of rigid or slightly resilient material on which a computer mouse is moved

pad site British & World English

A building lot adjacent to a shopping center or mall

pad thai British & World English

A Thai dish based on rice noodles

shin pad British & World English

A pad worn to protect the shins when playing soccer, hockey, and other sports

Brillo pad British & World English

A pad made of steel wool impregnated with soap, used for scouring pans

landing pad British & World English

A small area designed for helicopters to land on and take off from

launch pad British & World English

The area on which a rocket stands for launching, typically consisting of a platform with a supporting structure

nuptial pad British & World English

A pigmented swelling on the inner side of the hand in some male frogs and toads, assisting grip during copulation

one-time pad British & World English

A pad of keys for a cipher, each page being destroyed after one use, so that each message is sent using a different key

writing pad British & World English

A pad of paper for writing on

scouring pad British & World English

A pad of abrasive material for household cleaning, especially of pots and pans

shoulder pad British & World English

A shaped pad sewn into the shoulder of a garment to provide bulk and shape

incontinence pad British & World English

An absorbent pad worn by people who have insufficient voluntary control over urination or defecation

helipad British & World English

A landing and take-off area for helicopters

skidpan British & World English

A slippery road surface prepared for drivers to practise control of skidding

touchpad British & World English

A computer input device in the form of a small panel containing different touch-sensitive areas

sanitary towel British & World English

An absorbent pad worn by women to absorb menstrual blood

sanitary pad in sanitary towel British & World English

An absorbent pad worn by women to absorb menstrual blood

sketchbook British & World English

A pad of drawing paper for sketching on

sketch pad in sketchbook British & World English

A pad of drawing paper for sketching on

launching pad in launch pad British & World English

The area on which a rocket stands for launching, typically consisting of a platform with a supporting structure

pad something out in pad1 English Thesaurus

don't pad out your answer to make it seem impressive