n (plural -pies)
- (British English/inglés británico) pañal (masculine) to change a nappy cambiar un pañal (before noun/delante del nombre) nappy pin imperdible (m), alfiler (m) de gancho (Southern Cone/Cono Sur) nappy rash irritación (feminine) (en las nalgas de un bebé) he has nappy rash está escaldado or (Mexico/México) rozadoMore example sentences
- Dress your baby in a nappy, vest and Babygro for sleeping.
- I now have greater respect for the women of yesteryear who didn't use disposable nappies but the towelling ones.
- Bring the bottom edge of the nappy up between your baby's legs.
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