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plush
American English: /pləʃ/
British English: /plʌʃ/

Translation of plush in Spanish:

noun

uncountable
  • (before noun) (toy)
    de felpa or peluche
    Example sentences
    • After a few washing they're very soft and flexible but not at all plush like a cotton towel.
    • In all there are ten minute top hats of black silk plush and grey felt and one black felt bowler.
    • Jordan laughed and sat Blake down on one of the three plush couches in her huge family living room, right next to Maria.

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