kneepad


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knee·pad

 (nē′păd′)
n.
A protective covering for the knee. Also called kneecap.

kneepad

(ˈniːˌpæd)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) any of several types of protective covering for the knees. Also called: kneecap

knee•pad

(ˈniˌpæd)

n.
a pad worn to protect the knee.
[1855–60]
Translations

kneepad

[ˈniːpæd] N (for sport, work) → rodillera f

kneepad

[ˈniːpæd] ngenouillère f

kneepad

[ˈniːˌpæd] nginocchiera

kneepad

n rodillera
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