Translation of counterpane in Spanish:


cubrecama, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkaʊn(t)ərˌpeɪn/ /ˈkaʊntəpeɪn/


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    cubrecama masculine
    • We talk in his room with its single bed, bumpily spread with a candlewick counterpane in a cosy shade of plum.
    • The replica beds with their counterpanes, striped canopy wall direction and curtains together with the warm glow from the twin overbed lamps provide an interior of great style.
    • The roomy double bedroom suites were originally plainly decorated, their walls covered with sea grass, the beds under light-colored candlewick counterpanes, and pale Wilton wall-to-wall carpeting.
    • He ensured there were Tudor roses on the gowns of the staff and on the Tudor coloured counterpanes of the beds; the roof and stained glass windows were also of royal quality.
    • He lay under the thick counterpane in the large bed, his body sinking into the mattress, the mass of pillows holding his head so he could see out through the windows.