Meaning of BED in English

BED

n. 25B6; noun

she got into bed : couch, cot, cradle, berth, billet; informal the sack, the hay; Brit. informal one's pit; Scottish informal one's kip. See list.

a flower bed : PATCH, plot, border, strip.

built on a bed of stones : BASE, foundation, support, prop, substructure, substratum.

a river bed : BOTTOM, floor, ground.

25B6; verb

the tiles are bedded in mortar : EMBED, set, fix, insert, inlay, implant, bury, base, plant, settle.

time to bed out the seedlings : PLANT (OUT), transplant.

25A0; bed down . See go to bed .

25A0; go to bed RETIRE, call it a day; go to sleep, have/take a nap, have a doze, get some sleep; informal hit the sack, hit the hay, turn in, snatch forty winks, get some shut-eye; Brit. informal have a kip, get some kip, hit the pit; N. Amer. informal catch some Zs.

Beds

bassinet half-tester

berth king-size bed

bunk bed pallet

camp bed palliasse

carrycot pipe berth

chaise longue rollaway

cot shakedown

cradle sleeper

crib sleigh bed

daybed sofa bed

divan takht

feather bed truckle bed

four-poster bed trundle bed

futon waterbed

hammock Z-bed

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