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  1. cushion

    • IPA[ˈko͝oSHən]

    美式

    • n.
      a pillow or pad stuffed with a mass of soft material, used as a comfortable support for sitting or leaning on.;something providing support or protection against impact
    • v.
      soften the effect of an impact on;mitigate the adverse effects of
    • noun: cushion, plural noun: cushions

    • verb: cushion, 3rd person present: cushions, gerund or present participle: cushioning, past tense: cushioned, past participle: cushioned

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a pillow or pad stuffed with a mass of soft material, used as a comfortable support for sitting or leaning on.
    • 2. something providing support or protection against impact:

      the pad forms a cushion between carpet and floor

      a poll showed the candidate with a 14-point cushion

    • 3. the elastic lining of the sides of a billiard table, from which the ball rebounds.
    • 4. the layer of air supporting a hovercraft or similar vehicle.
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. soften the effect of an impact on:

      the bag cushions equipment from inevitable knocks

    • 2. mitigate the adverse effects of:

      he called for federal assistance to cushion the blow for farmers

    • adj. covered by soft padding that provides comfortable support, especially for sitting or leaning on:

    • she is sitting on a cushioned stool

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    • adj. covered by soft padding that provides comfortable support, especially for sitting or leaning on:

    • she is sitting on a cushioned stool

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    • n. an inflatable cushion.

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    • n. an inflatable cushion.

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    • n. a capital resembling a cushion pressed down by a weight, seen particularly in Romanesque churches.

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    • n. a rubber cushion that makes a sound like a fart when someone sits on it.

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    • n. a rubber cushion that makes a sound like the breaking of wind when someone sits on it.

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    • n. a capital resembling a cushion pressed down by a weight, seen particularly in Romanesque churches.

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    • IPA[ˈkʊʃ(ə)n]

    英式

    • n.
      a bag of cloth stuffed with a mass of soft material, used as a comfortable support for sitting or leaning on:
    • comfortable chairs and sofas piled with cushions
    • v.
      soften the effect of an impact on:
    • the bag cushions equipment from inevitable knocks

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