Translation of diaper in Spanish:

diaper

pañal, n.

Pronunciation /ˈdaɪ(ə)pər//ˈdʌɪəpə/

noun

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    pañal masculine
    • She transferred the last of the residents who were still using the cloth diapers to disposable adult diapers.
    • After their second child was born in 1987, she would work days as a medical clerk for the Army and come home at night to two babies in diapers - and often no husband.
    • Save yourself a ton of money and the local landfill a ton of space, and buy reusable cloth diapers.
    • Most unique way to spend downtime: I go home and change dirty diapers.
    • In the 1980s, most parents believed that cloth diapers were environmentally superior to disposables.
    • However, 40 years ago she was doing something very different from changing diapers.
    • Well, it's your turn to change our offspring the next time he soils his diaper.
    • From now on I will smile when I go out to buy diapers.
    • For two 24-hour periods subjects randomly wore either cotton or disposable plastic diapers.
    • To many parents of young children, coping with ear infections may seem almost as routine as changing wet diapers.
    • She seems uncomfortable in wet or soiled diapers and wants to be changed.
    • The proposed welfare cuts, according to Vivian Hain, ‘will take the shirts off our backs and the diapers off our babies.’
    • The market for organic cotton diapers is small compared to that for children's clothing.
    • She changed her baby's diaper, and the two sit and talk.
    • Be sure to wash after going to the bathroom, or after changing diapers.
    • He was wearing a baby blue diaper, and a bib with a yellow star on it.
    • In the West, however, babies wear nappies or diapers until they learn to use a pot.
    • Brandon laid the baby down and checked his diaper, which was dry.
    • Trying to find time to get to the store for diapers and other essentials sometimes made me want to cry.
    • Even medications and basic necessities such as soap and diapers remain scarce, a hardship for women who shoulder the responsibility of caring for the family.

transitive verb

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    (baby) ponerle un pañal a
    (baby) empañalar Mexico
    • We would think a family who used disposable plates and bowls for every meal was wasteful, but we don't think twice about diapering our babies in the same fashion.
    • Is it really going to be the manly thing to be standing on the subway reading about how to diaper your baby?
    • Washing, drying, and salting the chicken felt strangely like bathing and diapering a baby - a very cold, lethargic baby with loose, pinkly skin and floppy limbs.
    • Those diapered wonders of Rugrats are a little older now, and a little wiser, it seems, but still have a lot to learn even though they're All Grown Up.
    • Told that Sergeant Cummings sends his regards, Reddan smiles and says, ‘Yeah, I diapered him.’
    • After a few minutes, they took the children out, dried them off, diapered them and laid them in the bed.
    • At one point, in the name of balance, I actually diapered my infant daughter on CNN.
    • His wish to be a baby again, to be diapered by his mom, and to be free of toileting responsibilities were addressed through play and hypnoidal techniques.
    • Well, I'm not at all freaked out by it; I even tried diapering him.