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crib

noun /krib/
a cradle.
die Krippe
(American) a child’s cot.
das Kinderbett
a translation used when studying a text in a foreign language.
das Plagiat
a manger.
der Leiter
crib death noun (American) cot death; the sudden death of a baby durintg sleep, which cannot yet be explained medically.
plötzlicher Kindstod
Translations of “crib”
in Korean 아기 침대…
in Arabic سَرير طِفل…
in French berceau, petit lit (d’enfant), traduction (non autorisée)…
in Italian culla…
in Chinese (Traditional) 床, 幼兒床…
in Russian детская кроватка…
in Turkish bebek karyolası…
in Polish łóżeczko (dziecięce)…
in Spanish cuna, traducción, plagio…
in Portuguese berço…
in Catalan bressol…
in Japanese ベビーベッド…
in Chinese (Simplified) 床, 幼儿床…
(Definition of crib from the Password English-German Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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