Spanish Word for pillow  

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English Word: pillow

Spanish Word: la almohada
The Spanish Word for pillow
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Translated sentences containing 'pillow'
a pillow
una almohada
There is a pillow on the floor.
Hay un cojín en el suelo.
Would you ask the flight attendant for a pillow?
¿Podría usted pedirle a la azafata una almohada?
That pillow is soft.
Esa almohada es suave.
The pillow is in the closet.
La almohada está en el armario.
I need another pillow.
Yo necesito otra almohada.
Change the bedsheets and pillow covers.
Cambiar las sábanas y las fundas de almohadas.
The pillow is heavy.
La almohada es pesada.
soft pillow
almohada suave
She asks for a pillow.
Ella pide una almohada.
The pillow is soft.
La almohada es suave.
The pillow is heavy.
La almohada es pesada.

I sleep with an Uzi under my pillow.
Duermo con una metralleta Uzi debajo de la almohada.
It is not the first time that the technique of using a pillow to smother the cries of those being expelled has been condemned.
No es tampoco la primera vez que se denuncia la técnica de la almohada para ahogar los gritos de los expulsados.
I must remind Mrs Izquierdo Rojo of Security Council resolutions 731, 748 and 883 which she doubtless keeps under her pillow if she feels that way about Libya.
He de recordar las resoluciones 731, 748 y 883 del Consejo de Seguridad a la Sra. Izquierdo Rojo, quien sin duda debe de guardarlas debajo de la almohada, ya que tanto se compadece de Libia.
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