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pad1 US English

A thick piece of soft material used to reduce friction or jarring, enlarge or change the shape of something, or hold or absorb liquid

pad2 US English

Walk with steady steps making a soft dull sound

pad eye US English

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

ink pad US English

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

brake pad US English

Either of the thin blocks that grip the disc in a disc brake

pad site US English

A building lot adjacent to a shopping center or mall

pad thai US English

A Thai dish based on rice noodles

shin pad US English

Another term for shin guard.

crash pad US English

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

drum pad US English

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

hard pad US English

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

knee pad US English

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

legal pad US English

A ruled writing tablet, often yellow, that measures 8½ by 14 inches

lily pad US English

A round, floating leaf of a water lily

mouse pad US English

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

writing pad US English

A pad of paper for writing on

landing pad US English

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

launch pad US English

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

nuptial pad US English

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

scouring pad US English

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

shoulder pad US English

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

one-time pad US 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

helipad US English

A landing and takeoff area for helicopters

skidpad US English

A road surface used for testing the ability of automobiles to withstand lateral acceleration

touchpad US English

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

Brillo US English

Denoting hair that is wiry or tightly curled

Brillo pad in Brillo US English

Denoting hair that is wiry or tightly curled

scratchpad US English

A notepad

sanitary napkin US English

An absorbent pad worn by women to absorb menstrual blood

sketchbook US English

A pad or book of drawing paper for sketching on

launching pad in launch pad US English

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

pad1 US Thesaurus

a pad over the eye

pad2 US Thesaurus

he padded along toward the bedroom

pad English-Spanish

almohadilla feminine

ink pad English-Spanish

tampón masculine, almohadilla feminine

pad thai New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

Thai dish based on rice noodles

crash pad English-Spanish

material

desk pad English-Spanish

bloc masculine de notas

elbow pad English-Spanish

codera feminine

hard pad English-Spanish

endurecimiento

Brillo pad English-Spanish

estropajo, esponjita

suction pad English-Spanish

almohadilla

writing pad English-Spanish

bloc masculine

bachelor pad English-Spanish

apartamento, departamento, piso, bulín masculineRiver Plate area/Río de la Platacolloquial/familiar

blotting pad English-Spanish

carpeta feminine, cartapacio masculine

pressure pad English-Spanish

almohadilla


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