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Cultural RelativityPlay
Understand that 'nappy' means diaper in some countries, but not in the U.S. where 'diaper' is used. SlideIn the U.K., parents buy nappies, but in the U.S., they buy diapers.
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Visual ImageryPlay
'Nappy' is used when visualizing a baby's garment that holds waste, typically secured with tapes or Velcro. SlideShe packed extra nappies with charming animal prints for the trip.
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Common CollocationsPlay
Pairs often with verbs related to caretaking, like 'change,' 'dispose of,' or 'buy.' SlideMy turn to change the nappy!