Definition of 'bedside lamp'
Example sentences containing 'bedside lamp'
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He switched on the bedside lamp. A Roomful of Birds - Scottish short stories 1990 (1990)Using some ingenuity, it was possible to fry an egg and grill some bacon using a bedside lamp. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The sleeping area offered a big bed with white linen sheets, bedside lamps and a mosquito net neatly folded. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Why not a bedside lamp? Times, Sunday Times (2007)He wandered around the room looking restless and then stretched across me to take he bulb out of the bedside lamp so the room was in darkness. Times, Sunday Times (2011)A bedside lamp would have been nice, though. Times, Sunday Times (2013)I had a wardrobe and a bedside lamp, and a useful plug socket above my bedside table. Times, Sunday Times (2014)This room, like the others, is lit by chandelier bedside lamps that hang from ropes. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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Translations for 'bedside lamp'
British English: bedside lamp /ˈbɛdˌsaɪd læmp/ NOUN
A bedside lamp is a lamp that you have next to your bed.
- American English: bedside lamp
- Arabic: مِصْبَاح بِجَانِب السَرير
- Brazilian Portuguese: abajur
- Chinese: 床头灯
- Croatian: noćna svjetiljka
- Czech: noční lampička
- Danish: sengelampe
- Dutch: nachtlampje
- European Spanish: lámpara de mesita
- Finnish: yölamppu
- French: lampe de chevet
- German: Nachttischlampe
- Greek: λάμπα κομοδίνου
- Italian: lampada da comodino
- Japanese: ベッドサイドランプ
- Korean: 침대 맡의 스탠드
- Norwegian: nattbordlampe
- Polish: lampka nocna
- European Portuguese: luz de cabeceira
- Romanian: veioză
- Russian: ночник
- Spanish: lámpara de mesita
- Swedish: sänglampa
- Thai: โคมไฟข้างเตียงนอน
- Turkish: başucu lambası
- Ukrainian: приліжкова лампа
- Vietnamese: đèn ngủ
Definition of bedside lamp from the Collins English Dictionary
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