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bed·cov·er

 (bĕd′kŭv′ər)
n.
A covering, such as a sheet, blanket, or quilt, used on a bed.

bedcover

or

bed-cover

n
a bedspread
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.bedcover - decorative cover for a bedbedcover - decorative cover for a bed    
bed clothing, bedclothes, bedding - coverings that are used on a bed
coverlet - a decorative bedspread (usually quilted)
quilted bedspread - a bedspread constructed like a thin quilt
Translations
غِطاءُ السَّرير
přehoz přes postel
sengetæppe
rúmteppi

bedcover

bed-cover [ˈbɛdkʌvər] ncouvre-lit m, dessus-de-lit m

bedcover

[ˈbɛdˌkʌvəʳ] ncopriletto

bed

(bed) noun
1. a piece of furniture, or a place, to sleep on. The child sleeps in a small bed; a bed of straw.
2. the channel (of a river) or floor (of a sea) etc.
3. a plot in a garden. a bed of flowers.
4. layer. a bed of chalk below the surface.
-bedded suffix
having (a certain number or type of) bed(s). a double-bedded room.
ˈbedding noun
mattress, bedclothes etc.
ˈbedbug noun
a small blood-sucking insect that lives in houses, especially beds.
ˈbedclothes (-kləuðz) , ((American) -kləuz) noun plural
sheets, blankets etc.
ˈbedcover noun
a top cover for a bed.
ˈbedridden adjective
in bed for a long period because of age or sickness. She has been bedridden since the car accident.
ˈbedroom noun
a room for sleeping in.
ˈbedside noun
the place or position next to a person's bed. He was at her bedside when she died; (also adjective) a bedside table.
ˈbedspread noun
a top cover for a bed. Please remove the bedspread before you get into bed.
ˈbedtime noun
the time at which one normally goes to bed. Seven o'clock is the children's bedtime; (also adjective) a bedtime story.
bed and breakfast
lodging for the night, and breakfast only (not lunch or dinner).
bed of roses
an easy or comfortable place, job etc. Life is not a bed of roses.
go to bed
1. to get into bed. I'm sleepy – I think I'll go to bed now; What time do you usually go to bed?
2. (often with with) to have sexual intercourse with; to have a love affair with.
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Eagle-eyed youngsters will delight in the details of the splendid, colourful illustrations, full of lovely humorous touches such as the paw-print lamp in leopard's bedroom, his leopard print bedcover, the motif on giraffe's mug of bedtime cocoa, baboon's bedtime reading material, not to mention the marvellous expressions on all the animals' faces, from the sleepwalking lion, the outraged ostrich and the befuddled warthog to the bewildered baboon tossed unceremoniously from his hammock.
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Considered one of the jewels of the ROM's Textile Collection, this early 18th-century palampore, or bedcover, from India's Coromandel Coast is decorated with an intricate tree of life design inspired by a melange of Persian, European, Indian, and Chinese styles.