In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1felpa feminine(toy) de felpa(toy) de peluche
- She took out a picture frame, made of plush, and shaped like a funky flower.
- I was in a beautiful and cushy room, with maroon painted walls and plush chairs all around.
- She slumped in her seat and propped her feet on the plush one across from her.
- Fireplaces, vaulted ceilings, and plush, comfy couches furnish the buildings at both sites.
- In the middle of the room, two plush chairs sat side by side in front of a burning fire.
- After a few washing they're very soft and flexible but not at all plush like a cotton towel.
- She looked down at Loki and Rose on her plush, quilted rug, as they slowly began to stir.
- They walked in and sat down in plush chairs next to a fireplace, looking out the window.
- Ethan, Mary, and Emy sat on one side of the carriage upon plush seats covered in crimson velvet.
- In all there are ten minute top hats of black silk plush and grey felt and one black felt bowler.
- Jo pushed back the plush, mahogany stool she was sitting on and made as if to rise.
- Jordan laughed and sat Blake down on one of the three plush couches in her huge family living room, right next to Maria.
- Lucas flung his body into a leather armchair, and as he sank down into its plush cushions he realized how tired he was.
- Inside the seats were covered in red satin and plush pillows rested in the corners for relaxation.
- I kicked off my sandals and folded my legs up underneath me on the long red plush couch that ran down one side of the bus.
- There were two plush chairs on the other side of the desk, and Margret and Andrew sat there.
- At the bottom of the basements stairs that led down into the room was a table and chairs and two plush seats.
- He ran his empty hand over the plush, red sofa marvelling at its softness, its richness.
- With a hot chocolate in my hand, I selected one of the plush seats near the door and settled down to read a book.
- Many moviegoers appreciate the cleanliness and the plush seats available made at multiplexes.
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