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Meaning of “bedclothes” - Learner’s Dictionary

bedclothes

noun [plural]     /ˈbedkləʊðz/
the sheets and other pieces of cloth that cover you and keep you warm in bedBed linen and covers
Translations of “bedclothes”
in Korean 이부자리…
in Arabic كِسْوة السَّرير…
in Portuguese roupa de cama…
in Catalan roba de llit…
in Japanese 寝具…
in Italian biancheria da letto e coperte…
in Chinese (Traditional) 床上用品(指床單、被褥等)…
in Russian постельное белье…
in Turkish nevresim takımı…
in Chinese (Simplified) 床上用品(指床单、被褥等)…
in Polish pościel, posłanie…
(Definition of bedclothes from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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