Definition of 'bedside table'
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It was placed on the bedside table. The Sun (2017)Launched last week, the range offers a matching bedside table and chest. Times, Sunday Times (2016)What books are on your bedside table? Times, Sunday Times (2012)It is also recommended that bedside tables have a pair of wire cutters in the drawers. Times, Sunday Times (2011)She kept the anti-depressants with sleeping pills in her bedside table. The Sun (2013)More than 80 per cent said they kept their phone on the bedside table. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Made from crystal and steel, they are bedside tables with attitude. Times, Sunday Times (2012)She put the glass down on the bedside table and breathed deeply as if she wanted to get a great weight off her chest. No Way Home: A Cuban Dancer's Tale (2007)Men who keep their mobile phones in trouser pockets or on bedside tables at night may be damaging their chances of becoming a father. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I came back at lunchtime and noticed his bedside table was bare. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Before he turned in for the night he took the key to his parents' bedroom from the drawer in his bedside table. A Roomful of Birds - Scottish short stories 1990 (1990)I had a wardrobe and a bedside lamp, and a useful plug socket above my bedside table. Times, Sunday Times (2014)He looked at the photograph of his ex-wife on his bedside table, without seeing it. Somewhere East of Life (1994)From the bedside table, the drone turns itself on and rises, hovering. Times, Sunday Times (2014)She was asleep one night when I woke up and decided to look at her mobile phone on the bedside table beside her. The Sun (2008)The remedy is to keep a good book, which you are reluctant to put down and eager to take up, on the bedside table. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Translations for 'bedside table'
British English: bedside table /ˈbɛdˌsaɪd ˈteɪbl/ NOUN
A bedside table is a small table usually with shelves or drawers, that you have next to your bed.
- American English: nightstand
- Arabic: طَاوِلَة بِجَانِب السَرير
- Brazilian Portuguese: criado mudo
- Chinese: 床头柜
- Croatian: noćni ormarić
- Czech: noční stolek
- Danish: natbord
- Dutch: nachtkastje
- European Spanish: mesita de noche
- Finnish: yöpöytä
- French: table de chevet
- German: Nachttisch
- Greek: κομοδίνο
- Italian: tavolino da letto
- Japanese: ベッドサイドテーブル
- Korean: 침대 곁의 보조 탁자
- Norwegian: nattbord
- Polish: stolik nocny
- European Portuguese: mesa de cabeceira
- Romanian: noptieră
- Russian: прикроватный столик
- Spanish: mesita de noche
- Swedish: nattduksbord
- Thai: โต๊ะข้างเตียงนอน
- Turkish: komodin
- Ukrainian: тумбочка
- Vietnamese: bàn để đầu giường
Definition of bedside table from the Collins English Dictionary
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