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Translation of "cot" - English-Spanish dictionary

cot

noun   /kɒt/
UK ( US crib) a bed with high sides for a baby cuna
US ( UK camp bed) a small, narrow bed that can be folded up catre
UK ( US crib) a bed with high sides for a baby cuna
(Definition of cot from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

cot

noun /kot/
(British ) a small bed with high sides for a child etc : crib(American) cuna One of the wooden rails of the cot is broken.
(American) a camp bed. cama de campaña
cot death noun
(British ) the sudden death of a baby during sleep, which cannot yet be explained medically: crib death(American) muerte en la cuna
cottage /ˈkotidʒ/ noun
a small house, especially in the country or in a village casa de campo a holiday cottage in Devon.
cottage cheese noun
a soft mild white cheese made from sour milk with lumps in it Requesón a tub of cottage cheese.
(Definition of cot from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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