Translation of duvet in Spanish:

duvet

edredón (nórdico), n.

Pronunciation /ˈd(j)uːveɪ//ˌduˈveɪ/

noun

British

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    edredón (nórdico) masculine
    • You can help by donating blankets, sheets, duvets, guilds, curtains and other such items but they must be clean and in good condition.
    • Follow their example and get rid of carpets and extra soft furnishings, swap duvets for white linen and cover chairs or sofas with leather.
    • We slept in twin bedded rooms, with sheets and duvets provided, and the bathrooms were stocked with soap, towels, hair shampoo and dryers.
    • Moreover, its production creates less than half the greenhouse gases normally generated in producing synthetic fillings for duvets and pillows.
    • Used and unused clothes, together with blankets, sheets and duvets are most welcome.
    • All rooms share the simple, contemporary look: dark-wood furniture and bare-board floors, primrose sheets and duvets, with black-and-white prints of the relevant winery.
    • Wanted for the Irish emigrant centres and Irish elderly living alone, the following items are required, duvets and covers, blankets, sheets and mens warm clean clothing.
    • Do not use a duvet, quilt or pillow until your baby is over one year old.
    • A collection of clothes for the survivors of the Kashmir disaster is now in operation, clean blankets, duvets, shoes and children's clothes and crutches are all needed.
    • To rid your dreamland of mites and their droppings, keep bedroom humidity low, wash sheets often in warm water and enclose pillows and duvets in allergen-proof covers.
    • Work hard to minimize house dust mites, particularly in his bedroom, by regular vacuuming, washing of bed linen and duvets, pillows, curtains and so on.
    • And to keep warm, they had to pile three duvets and a blanket on their bed at night.
    • Use layers of thin blankets rather than duvets or quilts.
    • Myra offers a full laundry service for duvets, throws, blankets, curtains, bed linen, team kits, etc. and her rates are very competitive.
    • There were no fancy high-count sheets or plush duvets, but the bedding wasn't scratchy or thin, either.
    • A collection is being organised for the victims of the Pakistani Earthquake and the requirements are blankets, duvets, sleeping bags and tents.
    • The animal foundation is always in need of donations of old blankets and duvets.
    • The hotels now offer pillow-top beds with seven pillows, cushy duvets and luxurious sheets.
    • The material is more associated with quilts and duvets; the inside bit, the bit inside the sandwich, as it were!
    • Do not use duvets, quilts, cot bumpers or sheepskins that may increase the risk of overheating.