padded美 ['pædəd] 英 ['pædɪd]
用法解析— see alsoink-pad,keypad软材料of soft material
a thick piece of soft material that is used, for example, for absorbing liquid, cleaning or protecting sth
medicated cleansing pads for sensitive skin
sanitary pads(= that a woman uses during her period )
a number of pieces of paper for writing or drawing on, that are fastened together at one edge
a sketch/writing pad
速写簿；拍纸簿动物的足of animal's foot
the soft part under the foot of a cat, dog, etc.用于清洗for cleaning
a small piece of rough material used for cleaning pans, surfaces, etc.
a scouring pad
a flat surface where a spacecraft or a helicopter takes off and lands用于防护for protection
a piece of thick material that you wear in some sports, for example football and cricket , to protect your legs, elbows, etc.水生植物of water plants
the large flat leaf of some water plants, especially the water lily
floating lily pads
the place where sb lives, especially a flat/apartment
用法解析添加软材料add soft material
1.[t][oftpass]~ sth (with sth)
to put a layer of soft material in or on sth in order to protect it, make it thicker or change its shape
All the sharp corners were padded with foam.
a padded jacket
a padded envelope(= for sending delicate objects)
to walk with quiet steps
She padded across the room to the window.
to dishonestly add items to bills to obtain more money
to pad bills/expense accounts
padded clothes are filled with a soft substance to protect or change the appearance of your body
padded furniture or objects have a thick layer of a soft substance under their covers
The fisherman padded his back, as if to a child who was stuck while eating. "Then what? " He asked in a low voice.
And his fib fooled the child. Then he padded her head, and he got her a drink, and he sent her to bed.
No way, it seems to be a , the children put on a cotton-padded jacket on as soon as possible, toward the toilet to .
A boy in a dull green padded jacket is walking against the wind, but later, he no longer seems capable of walking without staggering.
Unlike a padded dash, when your fingers come into contact with the hard polymer's sharp edges, there is just a sense of discomfort.
Hilariously, Redvers squeezed into a tight dress, padded his mother's bra with toilet paper and wore a black wig.
Thus, my newly-made cotton-padded gown, which had not been worn even once, accompanied me to the pawnshop.
The West Wind looked like a wild man, but he had on a sort of padded hat, that he might not be hurt.
Her letter to her aunt was not long enough, so she padded it out with information about the weather.
His Gandhi like figure padded around the room, observant and ready to help.