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cozy also: (British English) cosy
American English: /ˈkoʊzi/
British English: /ˈkəʊzi/

Translation of cozy in Spanish:

adjective cozier, coziest

  • 1.1
    in her cozy bed
    en su cama cómoda y calentita
    íntimo y agradable
    1.3 (convenient) [pejorative]
    de lo más conveniente [pejorative]

noun plural -ies

  • egg cozy
    cubrehuevos (masculine)
    tea cozy
    cubreteteras (masculine)

Phrasal verbs

cozy up to

also: cozies, cozying, cozied verb + adverb + preposition + object
(American English)
tratar de quedar bien con

Definition of cozy in:

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