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bed



bed
lit


Définitions

anglais > français
bed
     1. n. (Meubles) Lit.
     2. n. (Minéralogie) Gisement (de charbon).
           I think the mine has reached a thick bed of coal.
     3. n. (Jardinage) Parterre.
           bed of flowers.
           I didn't promise you a bed of roses. (adage populaire)
     4. v. Se mettre au lit.
     5. v. Mettre quelqu'un au lit.
     6. v. To settle, as machinery. (à traduire en français)
     7. v. Installer sur une surface meuble, des pavés ou de la céramique.
     8. v. Installer des plantes dans une plate-bande.
     9. v. (Argot) Avoir une relation sexuelle avec quelqu'un.
anglais > anglais
bed
     1. n. A piece of furniture, usually flat and soft, for resting or sleeping on.
           My cat often sleeps on my bed.I keep a glass of water next to my bed when I sleep.
     2. n.          A prepared spot to spend the night in.
                   When camping, he usually makes a bed for the night from hay and a blanket.
     3. n.          (usually after a preposition) One's place of sleep or rest.
                   Go to bed!  I had breakfast in bed this morning.
     4. n.          (usually after a preposition) Sleep; rest; getting to sleep.
                   He's been afraid of bed since he saw the scary film.
     5. n.          (usually after a preposition) The time for going to sleep or resting in bed; bedtime.
                   I read until bed.
     6. n.          Time spent in a bed.
     7. n.          (figurative) Marriage.
     8. n.          (figurative) Sexual activity.
                   Too much bed, not enough rest.
     9. n. A place, or flat surface or layer, on which something else rests or is laid.
           The meats and cheeses lay on a bed of lettuce.
     10. n.          The bottom of a body of water, such as an ocean, sea, lake, or river.
                   sea bed;  river bed;  lake bed;  There's a lot of trash on the bed of the river.
     11. n.          An area where a large number of oysters, mussels, other sessile shellfish, or a large amount of seaweed is found.
                   Oysters are farmed from their beds.
     12. n.          A garden plot.
                   We added a new bush to our rose bed.
     13. n.          A foundation or supporting surface formed of a fluid.
                   A bed of concrete makes a strong subsurface for an asphalt parking lot.
     14. n.          The superficial earthwork, or ballast, of a railroad.
     15. n.          The platform of a truck, trailer, railcar, or other vehicle that supports the load to be hauled.
                   The parcels were loaded onto the truck bed before transportation.
     16. n.          A shaped piece of timber to hold a cask clear of a ship’s floor; a pallet.
     17. n.          (printing, dated) The flat part of the press, on which the form is laid.
     18. n.          (computing) The flat surface of a scanner on which a document is placed to be scanned.
     19. n.          A piece of music, normally instrumental, over which a radio DJ talks.
     20. n.          (darts) Any of the sections of a dartboard with a point value, delimited by a wire.
     21. n. A layer or surface.:
     22. n.          A deposit of ore, coal, etc.
     23. n.          (geology) the smallest division of a geologic formation or stratigraphic rock series marked by well-defined divisional planes (bedding planes) separati
     24. n.          (masonry) The horizontal surface of a building stone.
                   the upper and lower beds
     25. n.          (masonry) The lower surface of a brick, slate, or tile.
     26. n.          (masonry) A course of stone or brick in a wall.
     27. v. Senses relating to a bed as a place for resting or sleeping.
     28. v.          To place in a bed.
     29. v.          To furnish with a bed or bedding.
     30. v.          To have sexual intercourse with.
     31. v. Senses relating to a bed as a place or layer on which something else rests or is laid.
     32. v.          To lay or put in any hollow place, or place of rest and security, surrounded or enclosed; to embed.
     33. v.          To set in a soft matrix, as paving stones in sand, or tiles in cement.
     34. v.          To set out (plants) in a garden bed.
     35. v.          To dress or prepare the surface of (stone) so it can serve as a bed.
     36. v.          To lay flat; to lay in order; to place in a horizontal or recumbent position.
     37. v.          To settle, as machinery.
français > anglais
lit
     1. n. bed
           Où est-il? Il dort dans son lit. - Where is he? He's sleeping in his bed.
           Jean lit très souvent. - Jean reads very often.

Prononciation



Exemples de phrases

I'm here for the bed
Bobby, are you getting ready for bed
You'll have to send the bed covers out. 
He then jumps back onto the bed but doesn't sleep. 
The room that contains your bed


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