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slipcover

[ slip-kuhv-er ]
/ ˈslɪpˌkʌv ər /
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noun
a cover of cloth or other material for a piece of furniture, as an upholstered chair or sofa, made so as to be easily removable.
a book jacket.
verb (used with object)
to cover with a slipcover.
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Origin of slipcover

First recorded in 1885–90; slip1 + cover
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British Dictionary definitions for slipcover

slipcover
/ (ˈslɪpˌkʌvə) /

noun
US and Canadian a fitted but easily removable cloth cover for a chair, sofa, etcAlso called (in Britain and certain other countries): loose cover
US and Canadian a book jacket; dust cover
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