noun (a mat kept in front of the door for people to wipe their feet on.) felpudo, estera
doormat n felpudo
1 felpudo, esterilla
to treat somebody like a doormat tratar a alguien como un trapo
doormat ['dor.mæt] : felpudo m
felpudo s.m.
noun felpudo m

I'm fed up with being a doormat — estoy harta de que me pisoteen

N felpudo m , estera f

to treat sb like a doormat —

he treats her like a doormat — le trata como a un esclava, la pisotea

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noun felpudo m

I'm fed up with being a doormat — estoy harta de que me pisoteen

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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