ˈnæpkɪn сущ.
1) салфетка to fold a napkin ≈ сложить салфетку to tuck a napkin (under one's chin) ≈ завязать салфетку (под подбородком) cocktail napkin ≈ салфетка для коктейля dinner napkin ≈ обеденная салфетка linen napkin ≈ льняная салфетка paper napkin ≈ бумажная салфетка Syn : serviette
2) а) маленькое полотенце б) брит., диал. носовой платок Syn : handkerchief в) шотл. шейный платок, косынка Syn : kerchief
3) а) подгузник Syn : diaper, nappy б) прокладка, гигиеническая салфетка Syn : sanitary napkin
4) мн. пеленки ∙ to lay up in a napkin ≈ держать под спудом салфетка - * ring кольцо для салфетки пеленка;
подгузник маленькое полотенце (шотландское) (носовой) платок > to lay up /to hide, to wrap up/ in a * держать под спудом ~ пеленки;
to lay up in a napkin = держать под спудом napkin подгузник ~ салфетка ~ пеленки;
to lay up in a napkin = держать под спудом nappy: nappy разг. см. napkin

Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь. 2001.

Смотреть что такое "napkin" в других словарях:

  • Napkin — Nap kin, n. [Dim. of OF. nape a tablecloth, cloth, F. nappe, L. mappa. See {Napery}.] 1. A little towel, made of cloth or paper, esp. one for wiping the fingers and mouth at table. [1913 Webster] 2. A handkerchief. [Obs.] Shak. [1913 Webster]… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Napkin — A pocket handkerchief was commonly so called in the 16th century, and is still called a pocket napkin in Scotland and the North of England. In 1768 it was used to signify a woman s neckerchief …   Dictionary of the English textile terms

  • napkin — [nap′kin] n. [ME nappekyn, dim. < OFr nappe, cloth, tablecloth < L mappa: see MAP] 1. a small piece of cloth or paper, usually square, used while eating for protecting the clothes and wiping the fingers or lips 2. any small cloth, towel,… …   English World dictionary

  • napkin — (n.) early 15c., from O.Fr. nape tablecloth, cloth cover, towel (from L. mappa; see MAP (Cf. map) (n.)) + Middle English KIN (Cf. kin) little. No longer felt as a diminutive. The Old French diminutive was naperon (see APRON (Cf. apron)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • napkin — is preferred by Fowler (1926), Nancy Mitford, and others to serviette, which they judged to be a genteelism or ‘non U’ …   Modern English usage

  • napkin — [n] linen cloth, doily, moist towelette, serviette, towel, wipe; concept 473 …   New thesaurus

  • napkin — ► NOUN 1) a square piece of cloth or paper used at a meal to wipe the fingers or lips and to protect garments. 2) Brit. dated a baby s nappy. ORIGIN from Old French nappe tablecloth + KIN(Cf. ↑ kin) …   English terms dictionary

  • Napkin — For other uses, see Napkin (disambiguation). Folded napkin A napkin, or face towel (also in Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia: serviette) is a rectangle of cloth used at the table for wiping the mouth while eating. It is usually small and… …   Wikipedia

  • Napkin PC — The Napkin PC is an idea for a next generation personal computer that was entered by Avery Holleman into the 2009 Next Gen PC Design Competition and won first prize, the Chairman s Award. The award was personally awarded by Microsoft Founder,… …   Wikipedia

  • napkin — n. 1) to fold a napkin 2) to tuck a napkin (under one s chin) 3) a cocktail; dinner; linen; paper napkin * * * [ næpkɪn] dinner linen paper napkin a cocktail to fold a napkin to tuck a napkin (under one s chin) …   Combinatory dictionary

  • napkin — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ folded ▪ table ▪ She dabbed her mouth with her table napkin. ▪ cloth (esp. AmE), linen, paper ▪ …   Collocations dictionary

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