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sheets and pillowcases (=covers for pillows)
a very long firm pillow (=something you rest your head on in bed)
sheets and blankets that you lie under in bed
Australian a large cloth bag filled with feathers or artificial fibres, used on top of a bed for keeping you warm. The British word is duvet.
a warm cover for your bed, consisting of a large cloth bag filled with feathers or a soft material. The usual American word is comforter.
a warm cover filled with feathers and put on top of the sheets and blankets on a bed. A warm cover used without sheets or blankets is called a duvet.
British a unit for measuring the warmth of a duvet for a bed
a combination of a hotdog and a hamburger in a specially designed bread bunBuzzWord Article
high-level diplomats meeting and dining in an informal environment e.g. a party or clubadd a word
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