Polster

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German[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Middle High German polster, bolster, from Old High German polstar, bolstar, from Proto-Germanic *bulstraz. Compare English, Dutch and Swedish bolster.

Noun[edit]

Polster n, m ‎(genitive Polsters, plural Polster or Pölster)

  1. pad
  2. cushion
  3. upholstery

Usage notes[edit]

In Austria and Switzerland, this noun's gender is masculine, and its plural form is Pölster.

Declension[edit]

Neuter declension:

Masculine declension:

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