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tanning bed

n.
A structure lined with sunlamps in which one stands or reclines in order to acquire a suntan. Also called sunbed.
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tan′ning bed`


n.
a boxlike bed having a hinged cover and equipped with sunlamps to produce a suntan.
[1980–85, Amer.]
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