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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Furniture
divandi‧van /dɪˈvæn $ ˈdaɪvæn/ noun [countable]  1 DHFa bed with a thick base2 DHFa long low soft seat without a back or arms
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divanIt was a modest but comfortably furnished room with a divan, low tables and large leather cushions on the floor.It was furnished simply and graciously, with deep armchairs and divans.Under a wooden veranda lay a spread of carpets and divans.They sat on the musty divan with a scratchy wool plaid blanket covering them to their chins.The episode of the divan on the stairs had occurred three days ago.I always asked his permission before taking a place next to him on the divan.
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