- 1.1 (on chair) almohadón (m), cojín (m) (before n) cushion cover funda (f) de almohadón or cojínMore example sentences1.2 (padding) colchón (m) a cushion of air un colchón de aire a cushion against inflation una protección contra la inflación 1.3 (in billiards, pool) baranda (f), banda (f)
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- Some play stuff for the children, travel pillows, cushions and soft pillows best suited for babies are added attractions.
- I leaned into the soft cushions of the ratty old furniture as the phone rang.
- But over the last year or so, she has also taken to making her own soft furnishings - cushions, curtains and covers - using top-quality materials.
- But the new player, having to cut the black back to a blind corner pocket with the cue-ball close to the side cushion, over-cut it and left his player a simple chance.
- It's now time for the lag, and his ball is glued to the cushion as my ball stops embarrassingly at mid-table.
- Each shot must always hit the lowest numbered ball on the table first and then pocket a ball or make two balls reach a cushion.
- 1.1 [blow] amortiguar*, suavizar* 1.2 (protect) to cushion sth/sb
againststh proteger* algo/a algn contraalgoMore example sentences
- My bike landed between two rocks, which acted like shock absorbers and cushioned the impact.
- Instead, the impact was cushioned by a sort of air bag of small plates in what is now the Caribbean Sea.
- The museum staff had placed sandbags and foam rubber around those heavy stone sculptures to cushion the impact if they fell.