trundle bed Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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trundle bednoun [C]

uk   us   US (UK truckle bed)
a ​lowbed on ​wheels that is ​stored under an ​ordinarybedready for use by ​visitors
(Definition of trundle bed from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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trundle bednoun [C]

 us   /ˈtrʌn·dəl ˌbed/
a ​low bed on ​wheels that is ​stored under an ​ordinary bed and ​pulled out when it is ​needed: We ​bought a trundle bed for ​unexpectedguests.
(Definition of trundle bed from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “trundle bed”
in Chinese (Simplified) (不用时可推入大床下的)装有脚轮的矮床…
in Chinese (Traditional) (不用時可推入大床下的)裝有腳輪的矮床…
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