- 1.1 (cover) manta (f), cobija (f) (Latin America/América Latina) , frazada (feminine) (Latin America/América Latina) to be born on the wrong side of the blanket [euphemistic, humorous/eufemístico, humorístico] he was born on the wrong side of the blanket es (hijo) ilegítimoMore example sentences1.2 (layer) manto (masculine) a blanket of snow un manto de nieve
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- Try changing feather pillows, woollen blankets and woollen clothing to cotton or synthetic materials.
- Remove cushions and soft toys, and buy bedding made from synthetic fabric rather than using feather pillows and woollen blankets.
- There are plenty of woollen blankets and fluffy white towels.
- The stars were hidden behind a thick blanket of clouds only revealed in brief patches.
- By the time 5:00 pm came around the sun had gone completely, covered by a thick blanket of clouds.
- The sky was completely covered by a thick blanket of clouds.
- (before noun, no comparative/delante del nombre, sin comparativo) [measure/ban] global they use the word as a blanket term of abuse usan la palabra como insulto indiscriminado their blanket coverage of the championship su exhaustiva cobertura del campeonato blanket cover [Finance/Finanzas] cobertura (feminine) contra todo riesgoMore example sentences
- There are real fears that many coal merchants, dockers and hauliers will be seriously affected if the Government's blanket ban goes ahead.
- The director of the civil rights group said blanket bans cause unacceptable breaches of innocent people's human rights.
- With this blanket ban on so many aspects of news coverage, you just don't know who to trust anymore.