British pronunciation/dˈa‍ɪpɐ/
American pronunciation/ˈdaɪpɝ/

a type of absorbent undergarment worn by infants or individuals who are incontinent

What is a "diaper"?


A diaper is a type of garment worn by infants, young children, and adults who cannot control their bladder or bowel movements. It is designed to absorb and contain waste and prevent leakage. Diapers come in a variety of styles, such as disposable or reusable cloth, and sizes, depending on the age and weight of the wearer. Disposable diapers are made from materials such as wood pulp, polypropylene, and superabsorbent polymers, while cloth diapers are typically made from cotton or bamboo. They are fastened around the waist with adhesive strips, snaps, or pins, and may also have elastic leg cuffs to prevent leakage. Diapers are an essential item for babies and people with certain medical conditions, as they provide a convenient and hygienic solution for managing incontinence.


a fabric (usually cotton or linen) with a distinctive woven pattern of small repeated figures

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