[kot-n-eyd] /ˌkɒt nˈeɪd/
a heavy, coarse fabric made of cotton or mixed fibers and often resembling wool, used in the manufacture of work clothes.
a coarse fabric of cotton or mixed fibres, used for work clothes, etc
noun 1. absorbent cotton pressed into pads or layers for use in dressing wounds, filling quilts, etc.
noun 1. (sometimes lowercase) the part of the southern U.S. where cotton is grown, originally Alabama, Georgia, and Mississippi, but now often extended to include parts of Texas and California. noun 1. a belt of land in the southeastern US that specializes in the production of cotton
noun 1. .
- Cotton bud
noun 1. a small stick with a cotton-wool tip used for cleaning the ears, applying make-up, etc