feathers is the plural form of feather and roughly translates to plumas.

feather

feather
noun
1. (of a bird) 
a. la pluma (F) 
The bird spread its wings and took flight.El pájaro extendió sus alas y empezó a volar.
transitive verb
2. (to adorn with feathers) 
a. emplumar 
The boys and girls feathered their costumes for the party.Los niños emplumaron sus disfrazes para la fiesta.
feather
Noun
1. (general) 
a. la pluma (F) 
you could have knocked me down with a featherme quedé de piedra
2. (fig) 
a. no direct translation 
that's a feather in her capes un triunfo personal para ella
3. (fig) 
a. no direct translation 
to make the feathers flyarmar un buen revuelo
feather bedcolchón de plumas
transitive verb
4. (fig) 
a. no direct translation 
to feather one's nesthacer el agosto
feather [ˈfeðəʳ]
noun
pluma (f)
in fine feather de excelente humor
that is a feather in his cap es un tanto que se apunta
you could have knocked me down with a feather me quedé de piedra
as light as a feather (tan) ligero como una pluma
to make the feathers fly I am still not permitted to disclose a lot of things learned during the action which might still make the feathers fly ...staring earnestly at the camera and exhorting viewers to tune into the cricket and `watch the feathers fly" Feathers flew in 1991 when the Fusseys complained to the council's environmental health department that the budgies in next door's garden were making their lives a misery
transitive verb
1 emplumar
to feather one's nest hacer su agosto
2 (Rowing) [+oar] volver horizontal
modifier
[+mattress, pillow] de plumas
feather bed (n) colchón (m) de pluma(s)
feather duster (n) plumero (m)
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