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cushion US English

A pillow or pad stuffed with a mass of soft material, used as a comfortable support for sitting or leaning on

soften the blow US English

Make it easier to cope with a difficult change or upsetting news

air cushion US English

An inflatable cushion

cushion star US English

A small shallow-water starfish with a broad body and very short blunt arms

scatter cushion US English

A small cushion designed to be placed randomly so as to create a casual effect and to be moved as required

cushion capital US English

A capital resembling a cushion pressed down by a weight, seen particularly in Romanesque churches

whoopee cushion US English

A rubber cushion that makes a sound like a fart when someone sits on it

cottony-cushion scale US English

An Australian scale insect with a large fluted cottony egg sac, infesting citrus trees. It threatened to destroy the Californian citrus industry until it was controlled by the introduction of the Australian vedalia beetle

three-cushion billiards US English

A type of billiards in which the cue ball must strike one object ball and three or more cushions before the second object ball

soften the blow in blow2 US English

Make it easier to cope with a difficult change or upsetting news

pincushion US English

A small cushion into which pins are stuck for convenient storage

booster seat US English

An extra seat or cushion placed on an existing seat for a small child to sit on

whoopie cushion in whoopee cushion US English

A rubber cushion that makes a sound like a fart when someone sits on it

cushion US Thesaurus

a cushion against inflation

cushion English-Spanish

almohadón masculine, cojín masculine

air cushion English-Spanish

colchón masculine de aire

scatter cushion English-Spanish

cojín masculine, almohadón masculine

to cushion sth/sb against sth English-Spanish

proteger* algo/a algn

a cushion against inflation in cushion English-Spanish

una protección contra la inflación