bed - تختخواب
معادل فارسی: 

1- بستر، رختخواب‌، تختخواب‌، بالين، تخت

2- به‌ بستر رفتن‌ يا بردن‌، خوابيدن، هم بستر شدن


1. I didn't ​even have the ​energy to get out of bed.

اصلا انرژی نداشتم که از تخت بیرون بیایم.

2. He wished to wed Jennifer and bed her.

او آرزو مى‌كرد با جنیفر عروسى‌ كند و با او هم‌بستر شود.‏

سطح، موضوع و برچسب

Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. bed1 S1 W1 /bed/ noun
[Language: Old English; Origin: bedd]
1. SLEEP [uncountable and countable] a piece of furniture that you sleep on
in bed
Simon lay in bed thinking.
You should go to bed early.
She got into bed and turned out the light.
II. bed2 verb (past tense and past participle bedded, present participle bedding) [transitive]
1. to fix something firmly and deeply into something else
bed something in something
The foundations were bedded in cement.

Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary


 UK   US   /bed/

  • bed noun (FURNITURE)

A1 [C or U] a ​large, ​rectangular ​piece of ​furniture, often with four ​legs, used for ​sleeping on:He ​lived in a ​room with only two ​chairs, a bed, and a ​table.He ​likes to have ​breakfast in bed on a ​Saturday ​morning.She didn't get out of bed till ​lunchtime today.I'm ​exhausted - I'm going to bed (= going to get into a bed in ​order to ​sleep).


verb [T]

 UK   US   /bed/ (-dd-)

  • bed verb [T] (PUT)

› to put something ​firmly into a ​substance or into the ​ground:The ​posts should be ​firmly bedded in ​concrete.

Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary


BEd [BEd] (also B.Ed. especially in NAmE)  [ˌbiː ˈed] [ˌbiː ˈed] noun

the abbreviation for ‘Bachelor of Education’ (a first university degree in education): (BrE) Sarah Wells BEd 


bed [bed beds bedded bedding] noun, verb   [bed] [bed] noun 



1. countable, uncountable a piece of furniture for sleeping on

• a single/double bed 

• She lay on the bed (= on top of the covers). 

• He lay in bed (= under the covers). 

• I'm tired— I'm going to bed. 

• It's time for bed (= time to go to sleep). 

• I'll just put the kids to bed. 

• He likes to have a mug of cocoa before bed (= before going to bed). 

• to get into/out of bed 

• to make the bed (= arrange the covers in a tidy way) 

• Could you give me a bed for the night (= somewhere to sleep)? 

• There's a shortage of hospital beds (= not enough room for patients to be admitted). 

• He has been confined to bed with flu for the past couple of days. 


see also  airbed, camp bed, sofa bed, twin bed, waterbed   


2. countable the bottom of a river, the sea, etc

• the ocean bed 

• oyster beds (= an area in the sea where there are many oysters )   


3. countable an area of ground in a garden/yard or park for growing flowers, vegetables, etc

• flower beds 

see also  seedbed   


4. countable ~ of sth a layer of sth that other things lie or rest on

• grilled chicken, served on a bed of rice 

• The blocks should be laid on a bed of concrete.   


5. countable a layer of clay, rock, etc. in the ground

see also  bedrock  

more at die in your bed at  die  v., wet the/your bed at  wet  v. 

Word Origin:

Old English bed, bedd (noun), beddian (verb), of Germanic origin; related to Dutch bed and German Bett. 

Example Bank:

• Are you out of bed yet? 

• Bed and breakfast accommodation is available. 

• Come on, children, it's time for bed. 

• Don't punish a child who wets the bed. 

• Elizabeth was sitting on her bed writing a letter. 

• He and his brother had to share a bed. 

• He came home to find an empty bed. 

• He lay in bed, reading his book. 

• He slept on a makeshift bed of blankets and cushions. 

• I like to be in bed before 11 o'clock. 

• I slept in the bottom bunk of a set of bunk beds. 

• It's your turn to put the children to bed. 

• Please strip the beds and put the sheets in the washing machine. 

• She crawled into bed exhausted. 

• We stayed at a comfortable bed and breakfast. 

• a messy room, with an unmade bed and clothes on the floor 

• ornamental beds of roses 

• Raised flower beds are ideal for people in wheelchairs. 

Idioms: bed of roses ▪ get out of bed on the wrong side ▪ go to bed with somebody ▪ in bed ▪ take to your bed ▪ you've made your bed and you must lie in it

Derived: bed down 

verb (-dd-)

1. ~ sth (in sth) to fix sth firmly in sth

• The bricks were bedded in sand to improve drainage. 

• Make sure that you bed the roots firmly in the soil. 

2. ~ sb (old-fashioned) to have sex with sb

• He's been trying to bed her for weeks. 

Verb forms: 



Word Origin:

Old English bed, bedd (noun), beddian (verb), of Germanic origin; related to Dutch bed and German Bett. 


1. noun
a) A piece of furniture , usually flat and soft, to sleep on.
My cat often sleeps on my bed.
b) Ones bed, or a bed as a general place or concept.
I keep a glass of water next to my bed when I sleep.
2. verb
a) To go to a sleeping bed.
b) To put oneself to sleep .

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