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French-English translation for: [bed]
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Dictionary French English: [bed]

Translation 1 - 34 of 34

moelleux {adj}
soft [bed]
d'apparat {adj}state [attr.] [ceremonial] [e.g. apartments, bed, coach, room]
debout {adj} [éveillé]up [coll.] [out of bed]
aller au litto retire [go to bed]
drap {m}
sheet [bed sheet]
ressort {m}
spring [of a bed etc.]
géol. mines couche {f}bed [bed of coal]
textile literie {f}bedding [bed-clothes]
bat-flanc {m} [de lit]boards [of a bed]
meub. ciel {m} de litcanopy [hanging from the ceiling over a bed]
alaise {f} [lit] [var. orth.]drawsheet [bed]
alèse {f} [lit]drawsheet [bed]
textile couverture {f} laineuse [lit]fleece [bed]
couverture {f} molletonnée [lit]fleece [bed]
meub. chevet {m} [extrémité de lit]headboard [raised part at end of bed]
cuis. dernier verre {m} [fam.]nightcap [fig.] [alcoholic drink taken before going to bed]
alèse {f} [lit]undersheet [bed]
urinal {m} [urinoir pour homme alité]urinal [bottle for bed-ridden man]
2 Words: Others
très grand {adj} [lit / matelas]king-size [bed / mattress]
2 Words: Verbs
être levé [personne]to be up [out of bed]
se leverto get up [from a chair, out of bed]
se leverto get up [get out of bed]
aller se coucherto turn in [coll.] [go to bed]
2 Words: Nouns
meub. lampe {f} de chevetreading lamp [by bed]
meub. lits {m.pl} jumeauxtwin bed [double bed]
3 Words: Verbs
être allongé sur qc.to be lying on sth. [person, animal on sth. e.g. bed, sofa]
aller se coucherto hit the hay [coll.] [idiom] [go to bed]
aller se coucherto hit the pillow [idiom] [go to bed]
3 Words: Nouns
meub. canapé-lit {m}put-you-up [Br.] [bed settee]
tourisme VocVoy. chambre {f} d'hôtesrooms for rent [on a bed and breakfast basis]
4 Words: Verbs
hort. être une orgie de couleurs [loc.] [parterre etc.]to be blaze of colour [Br.] [idiom] [flower bed etc.]
aller se coucherto call it a night [coll.] [idiom] [go to bed]
5+ Words: Verbs
venir seulement de se leverto have only just got up [from bed]
5+ Words: Nouns
meub. lit {m} jumeau [lit singulier d'un double]single bed half of a double bed
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