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  • noun

Synonyms for diaper

Synonyms for diaper

garment consisting of a folded cloth drawn up between the legs and fastened at the waist


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

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The global baby diapers market can be segmented into five: disposable diaper, training diaper, cloth diaper, baby swim pants, and biodegradable diapers.
The company has acquired an 80% stake in People & Grit (PG), a Malaysian diaper manufacturer with annual sales of $16 million and announced plans to build a disposable diaper factory in me country.
Disposable diapers dominates the global baby diaper market having 66% of the market share in 2013
com/research/62mtw4/china_disposable) has announced the addition of the "China Disposable Diaper Industry Report, 2012-2013" report to their offering.
Nippon Shokubai had planned to boost its production to meet the growing demand for disposable diapers in China, the paper said.
Alethia Vazquez-Morillas of the Autonomous Metropolitan University in Mexico City has shown that a fungus called Oyster mushrooms, Pleurotus ostreatus, can devour 90 percent of a disposable diaper within two months.
Scientists agree that no evidence exists that disposable diapers in modern sanitary landfills pose any threat to the public health, safety and environment according to ample studies, as cited in a comprehensive study by George Larson, former chief executive officer of the California Integrated Waste Management Board.
Through a new partnership with MotherNature Diapers, AMERICAN FORESTS will plant a tree in your baby's name each time you buy a four-bag case of biodegradable disposable diapers.
I had my babies in 1970 and 1972 when disposable diapers were not a perfected product, and I found cloth to be much easier to use.
Disposable diapers are currently the third largest source of landfill waste, in part due to the petroleum-based gels they're packed with to absorb wetness.
Two decades later, 90 percent of American parents use disposable diapers.
org, a website that provides science-based information on the health and safety of disposable diapers serving North American consumers.
com)-- According to consumer groups, disposable diapers are divided into baby disposable diapers and adult incontinence supplies.
While there are heated arguments as to whether cloth or disposable diapers are more environmentally friendly, there are natural options for both.